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The Curvo Spoon Rest is a necessity in all kitchens. Its keeps work surfaces clean and provides an attractive landing spot for the all-important wooden spoon. Best of all, it cleans up beautifully and easily when the work is done. You simply place it in the dishwasher and its ready for the next meal. The Curvo Spoon Rest has all the heft and weight that you need for it to stay put, meaning no messy sliding around. You spoon is always right where you left it. It combines durability with chic elegance to be beautiful on your countertop while getting the job done. Based in New York City, the focus of Cozzolino Studio is the fusion of art and science-the synergy of form and function, poetry and technology, appearance and performance. To coalesce beauty with technology, to achieve a sensibility and innovation that is empathetic to the consumer and, above all, elevates our lives on a daily basis. Recognized for its award-winning designs for more than 60 years, Nambes commitment to timeless beauty, artistic integrity and uncompromising quality is evident in the brands collection of serve ware, barware, home dcor and gift items. Nambe collaborates with the worlds most esteemed designers to develop products that bring function and style into the home. Package contains (1) Nambe Curvo Spoon Rest. Made with stainless steel. Measures 4.25-Inches W x 6.7-Inches L x 1.7-Inches H. Dishwasher safe. Designed by Steve Cozzolino in 2012 as a part of the Gourmet Collection.

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