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The Ship Shape butter dish with palette-knife was designers by Stefano Giovannoni and Takeda Rumiko for the Italian brand Alessi.
This company began life in 1921 and takes its name from its founder. Back in the 1990s, the company began to focus on creating "designer objects", giving ordinary household items innovative and interesting designs. A quirky Italian designer, Stefano Giovannoni was a student of architecture. After studying at Florence University, he began his design career and has been making inspirational items ever since.
This Ship Shape butter dish with palette-knife is no exception and, as its name suggests, is modelled on the shape of a ship. It's fun to have around and you can use it not only for butter but for all spreadable products. The stainless steel knife fits neatly into the ship's funnel and, cleverly, the designers have made the knife handle look like a smoke cloud, as if billowing up from the ship. The thermoplastic container is coloured and slightly transparent with a matching lid. Alessi is a brand that has something for everyone, and it brings you this Ship Shape butter dish with palette-knife in a wide range of colours.