Ethno Tray from Alessi



Trays are very useful and I always keep one within reach, especially when I have guests. That is because trays are very easy to use for carrying different beverages, sweets and plates, even glasses without spilling the liquids everywhere and making a mess of your dining room. As a bonus, you can transport a bigger amount of everything when using a tray, which means fewer trips to the kitchen and back. When you do not use them, you can leave them on display as decorations or you can use them for storing fruit. Either way, trays are really useful and also great for the design of a room, especially if they are nice in design themselves. This Ethno Tray from Alessi is beautiful and delicate, nice and special.

Ethno Tray from Alessi

This Ethno Tray from Alessi is designed by Stefano Giovannoni and has a great, yet very simple design. It is made of polished metal with open work edge and the modern pattern on the sides leaves your mind see whatever your imagination wants to. You can see twisted people holding hands or a post-modernist pattern, looking amazing nonetheless. The tray is round and has a simple bottom, wide enough for holding fruit and everything else you might want to serve (12″ Diameter) and can be bought for $160.


Published by in Home Gadgets, on November 14th, 2011

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