Instrumenta cutlery by Zani & Zani Italia, designed by Lino Sabattini in 1978.
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The vintage cutlery set Instrumenta cutlery is a testament to Lino Sabattini’s design philosophy of creating objects that are both beautiful and functional, and it continues to be a popular choice for discerning diners and collectors around the world.
Very rare Instrumenta cutlery set is a series of flatware and serving utensils designed by the Italian architect and designer Lino Sabattini for the Italian company Zani&Zani. Sabattini is known for his sleek, modernist designs that blend form and function, and his work has been exhibited in museums and galleries around the world.
The Instrumenta collection features clean lines and a minimalist aesthetic, with each piece made from high-quality stainless steel. The handles of the utensils are slightly curved, making them easy to hold and use, and the simple design makes them suitable for both formal and informal dining occasions.
One of the standout features of the Instrumenta collection is the attention to detail in the design and construction of each piece. For example, the fork tines are precisely spaced to allow for efficient cutting and lifting of food, while the spoons are balanced and comfortable to use.
Overall, the Instrumenta cutlery collection is a testament to Sabattini’s design philosophy of creating objects that are both beautiful and functional, and it continues to be a popular choice for discerning diners and collectors around the world.
Instrumenta is among the permanent collections of the RISD Museum and the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Rif.: Cutlery Design 1948-2000: The Bauer Design Collection.
Design : Lino Sabattini
Designed in: 1978
Made in: Italy
Materials: Stainless steel 18.10 & plastic
Color: Glossy Silver
20.5 cm Tabe fork
18.2 cm Small fork
18.2 cm Cake fork
18.2 cm Cake fork
21.7 cm Table knife
19.7 cm Small knife
20 cm Table spoon
10 cm teaspoon
38 cm soup ladle
38 cm Salad spoon
36 cm Salad fork