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Friday
Sep302011

A Twisted Top

Who would've thought that a bottle stopper could become more than what it was intended to be? Of course, I would not expect any less from the revolutionary Italian brand Seletti, known for its innovative and whimsical take on everyday household objects. For instance, take Appo, this quirky and rather unusual bottle stopper designed by Carlo Trevisani with an enlarged cork platter that doubles as a tray and a great centerpiece. This is crazy cool. Happy Friday!!

Images by E. Zamponi

Reader Comments (1)

The mind boggles.

If there is still wine in the bottle, how do you get it out once the platter is loaded with stuff?

If there is no wine in the bottle, is it stable? Surely it will fall over if items move towards one side or other of the platter?

Why are there no labels on these bottles? In many cases the ugliness of the label would make the use of the item as a centrepiece aesthetically unattractive.

Does the designer actually drink wine?
Nov 24, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterThe Sediment Blog

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