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Some of the items we sell are a bit too bulky to fit on our delivery vans so we offer our customers Express Courier Delivery via courier.
Deliveries are made from
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This Alessi Noé wine bottle stopper will keep your wine fresh in a stylish, simple to use design. Made from 18/10 mirror polished stainless steel, it is simple yet practical and makes a wonderful gift idea for any wine lover. There is a rubber inner section to close the cap with a pressure and expansion mechanism. Easy to use, insert by pressing and turning clockwise to fit the neck of the bottle. The shape of the object is reminiscent of a classic cork, which hermetically seals champagne bottles and their contents.
Dimensions and Details
Dimensions: H6 x Dia5.5cm
Material: 18/10 Stainless Steel
Made from thermoplastic resin.
Care and Use
Wipe with a damp cloth and dry thoroughly.
About The Brand
Alessi is one of those companies which embodies a typical phenomenon of Italian industrial culture, namely that of "Italian Design Factories". Situated near Lake Orta in a poor, narrow valley in the Italian Alps, a long-standing tradition in wood and metal handicraft has survived up to this day.
Within the Alessi company, design in the current sense of the term began to gain a foothold under Carlo, who drew on his training as an industrial designer in order to develop virtually all of the products which appeared in their catalogues between 1935 and 1945. In the 1950s, Carlo was replaced by another family member as corporate general manager, giving up altogether his activity as a designer and increasingly relying on the contributions of freelance designers, in accordance with a practice which was to become typical of all "Italian Design Factories" to this day.