Mediterraneo Fruit Bowl, 2005

The flowing and floating beauty of marine life is the inspiration for the Mediterraneo Bowl which is produced through a drawing to perforated laser cutting procedure. Its classic mirror-finished 18/10 stainless steel option is achieved through a special electrochemical process, while its Red finish features an epoxy coat over its 18/10 stainless steel form. Features: -18/10... More
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