Nambe Neil Cohen Amore Crystal Bowl with Nambe Karim Rashid Salad Server Set

$195

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Handsome set consisting of a Nambe Amore crystal bowl designed by Neil Cohen and a Nambe salad serving fork and spoon in aluminum and cherry by Karim Rashid. These pieces of utilitarian art are in fabulous condition circa 21st century and come with their original boxes.

 

Bowl:

  • Height – 8 Inches
  • Length – 10.75 Inches
  • Depth – 8 Inches
  • Weight – 8 Pounds

 

 

Salad Servers:

  • Height – 1 Inches
  • Length – 11.75 Inches
  • Depth – 2.5 Inches
  • Weight – 1 Pound/Set

 

 

Boxed Size:

  • Height – 15 Inches
  • Width – 17 Inches
  • Depth – 14 Inches
  • Weight – 15 Pounds

 

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CIRCA

Early 21st Century

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We have paired these two gorgeous and sinuous pieces of utilitarian art just for your tabletop! The crystal Amore bowl is designed by Neil Cohen whose humor and playfulness show in his design of this fabulous 11 inch bowl. The aluminum and cherry salad serving set, comprised of a fork and spoon, is designed by one of the most prolific designers of his generation, Karim Rashid. Both Cohen and Rashid have won many awards and accolades for their efforts in design. You should make these like-new pieces of Nambe yours. They even have their original boxes.

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MAKER

DESIGNER

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CIRCA

Early 21st Century