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Designed to hold three of the five general shapes of wine bottles and cool them right up to the neck, the iconic 5052 Wine Cooler by Ettore Sottass has been in production at Alessi since 1979.
Great attention is paid to the details: the body is thicker at the base and on the edge for rigidity, the handles afford a perfect grip even with just one hand, the depth means the bottle can be immersed fully, and the shape means that several coolers can be stacked. Generally you can fit 2 bottles at a time in the cooler.
- Ettore Sottass, Austria c.1979
- Made in Italy
- 18/10 Stainless Steel Mirror Polished Outside, Matte Finish Inside
- Height 23cm / 9"
- Diameter 25cm / 9 3/4"
- Capacity 7L
Since its establishment in 1921, Alessi has gradually evolved, becoming a leading exponent of the “Factories of Italian design”, capable of mediating between the most interesting expressions of international creativity and the public, society and the market. Its mission is to translate these creative expressions into real objects capable of fulfilling dreams and satisfying the public’s desires.