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- Ideal for tastefully holding napkins within reach; beautifully displays as a subtle but practical statement piece
- Suitable for everyday use; mix and match with other Grace collection items to complete the look
- Made from durable SMA plastic; BPA-free
- Measures 7-3/4-inches long by 7-3/4-inches wide by 3-1/4-inches high; Transparent
- Dishwasher safe; certified by the Italian Plastics Institute; made in Italy
Make every moment of the day special with Guzzini—products designed to be used!
From resident designers, Pio and Tito Toso, comes the Guzzini Grace Table Napkin Holder. This napkin holder exudes sophistication and style thanks to its unique design technique: it features the high gloss and shine of glass and the durability of high-grade plastic. The three-color effect adds a stunning accent while the minimal design provides a timeless decoration piece suitable for any dining decor. Designed with a wide base, the napkin holder is sturdy and built with stability in mind. The Guzzini Grace Table Napkin Holder is certified by the Italian Plastics Institute and measures 7-3/4-inches long by 7-3/4-inches wide by 3-1/4-inches high.
Since the inception of Fratelli Guzzini in 1912, innovation has been at the very core of every product design. Inspired by his personal experiences at home and abroad, Enrico Guzzini initially set out to relaunch an ancient craft by producing elegant ox horn items. Later, a younger Guzzini generation began to craft household items from Plexiglas. Reaching its next milestone in the 1960’s, Raimondo Guzzini began to create a more open approach to business with the introduction of moulded acrylics while focusing on creative design concepts. By the 1980’s Fratelli Guzzini began to shape into the company that it is known for today by introducing color and a creative incorporation of various materials like porcelain and glass. With many awards from all over the world, some of Guzzini’s collections are showcased at the Museum of Modern Art in New York as well as the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Guzzini strives for the ideal combination of practicality and aesthetic appeal while a research team carefully considers the environmental cost. Accordingly, their products are durable enough to be used over and over again, but recyclable to prevent waste when it is time to get a new set of Guzzini products.