Fish Bottle Cobalt Blue

A water bottle full of character.

Designed by Paola Navone, the lively herring has claimed the starring role in this exclusive range of playful glassware shapes inspired by the practical and functional products made in the Unites States during the Great Depression of the 1930s.

Also available in Transparent, Transparent Green, & Pale Blue

Available boxed individually

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Paola Navone

I have nomadic blood running through my veins…"

The Italian designer Paola Navone has travelled the world to be inspired by cultures and traditions.

"I have nomadic blood running through my veins, travelling is my second nature. With the curiosity of an anthropologist, I will go in search of everyday objects from different cultures and traditions."

During her many travels, Paola always adds new discoveries to her list. The colours, the patterns, the shapes and materials of traditional objects are an inexhaustible source of inspiration. With her Table Nomade collection she presents a collection of 'Souvenirs' that represent her inspired travels. Each telling their own story, about their particular corner of the world.

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Fish out of water

The Italian designer Paola Navone, who draws inspiration with gourmet gusto from the culture and daily life of the many countries she has visited, is this time inspired by products made in the United States during the Great Depression of the 1930s.

Often known as Depression Glass, it was inexpensive and 

widely distributed throughout American and Canadian homes of the early 20th Century. It's use spread into coffee shops and diners and now collectible, the original pieces are very difficult to find.

The herring, a wriggling little blue fish, a regular in the Baltic Sea, takes the starring role in Paola Navone's relaxed and playful collection Fish&Fish. The fun chunky pressed glass and its green transparent quality adds a bit of fun fishy business to an aperitif or dinner.

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