This "Onda" glass storage tray, created by Sergio Asti for Arnolfo di Cambio in the 1970s, is a striking example of Italian design. Originating in Italy, this piece embodies the unique blend of elegance and functionality that characterized Italian design of this era.
The Onda, which means "wave" in Italian, owes its name to its distinctive shape. The artistically blown glass features a gentle, undulating curve that gives this object a remarkable visual presence. This design feature makes this trinket both captivating and unique.
The build quality and attention to detail are unquestionable. Glass, known for its transparency and brilliance, is processed with exceptional skill , making it not only aesthetically appealing, but also durable.
This pocket tray by Sergio Asti for Arnolfo di Cambio can be used in various ways. It is ideal for storing keys, coins, jewelry or other small items, while adding a touch of elegance to any space.
However, this piece is much more than just a storage object, it is a work of art that embodies the heritage of Italian design from the 1970s. Its timeless elegance and Italian origin make it a valuable piece for collectors and design enthusiasts.
- Diameter: 15 cm
- Height: 4 cm
Condition: This item is in very good vintage condition.
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