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Alessi Ettore Sottsass Suppose Glass Kitchen Jar

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Alessi Ettore Sottsass Suppose Glass Kitchen Jar

$60 Non-Member
$54 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+

Color:  Red

Size:  Small

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Characterized by the shapes and hues that Memphis Design Group founder Ettore Sottsass is famous for, this design from the ‘90s has been recently reissued in a new color. Capped with an airtight lid made from FSC-certified wood that has been responsibly sourced, this Suppose Glass Kitchen Jar keeps flavor and aroma intact. Use it to store dry foods such as rice, pasta, biscuits, sugar, salt and coffee. The lids are colored with water-based and solvent-free paint that’s sustainable for the environment and food-safe. Avoid prolonged exposure to sunlight or heat sources and store in a dry and ventilated place. Both Ettore Sottsass and the Suppose Glass Kitchen Jar’s manufacturer, Alessi, are represented in MoMA’s collection. For the lids, use a damp cloth or wood cleaner and dry immediately. The glass containers are dishwasher-safe.

  • Designer
    Ettore Sottsass
  • Size
    Small:6.7h x 4.7"diam., 25 oz
    Medium:8h x 4.7"diam., 34oz.
  • Material
    Glass, Beechwood
  • Origin
    Italy
For the lids, use a damp cloth or wood cleaner and dry immediately. The glass containers are dishwasher-safe.
  • If for any reason you are not satisfied with your purchase, you may return merchandise within 90 days for a refund in the form of original payment. Learn More.

$7.95 Flat standard shipping fee available. Learn More.

Characterized by the shapes and hues that Memphis Design Group founder Ettore Sottsass is famous for, this design from the ‘90s has been recently reissued in a new color. Capped with an airtight lid made from FSC-certified wood that has been responsibly sourced, this Suppose Glass Kitchen Jar keeps flavor and aroma intact. Use it to store dry foods such as rice, pasta, biscuits, sugar, salt and coffee. The lids are colored with water-based and solvent-free paint that’s sustainable for the environment and food-safe. Avoid prolonged exposure to sunlight or heat sources and store in a dry and ventilated place. Both Ettore Sottsass and the Suppose Glass Kitchen Jar’s manufacturer, Alessi, are represented in MoMA’s collection. For the lids, use a damp cloth or wood cleaner and dry immediately. The glass containers are dishwasher-safe.

  • Designer
    Ettore Sottsass
  • Size
    Small:6.7h x 4.7"diam., 25 oz
    Medium:8h x 4.7"diam., 34oz.
  • Material
    Glass, Beechwood
  • Origin
    Italy
For the lids, use a damp cloth or wood cleaner and dry immediately. The glass containers are dishwasher-safe.
  • If for any reason you are not satisfied with your purchase, you may return merchandise within 90 days for a refund in the form of original payment. Learn More.

$7.95 Flat standard shipping fee available. Learn More.

Characterized by the shapes and hues that Memphis Design Group founder Ettore Sottsass is famous for, this design from the ‘90s has been recently reissued in a new color. Capped with an airtight lid made from FSC-certified wood that has been responsibly sourced, this Suppose Glass Kitchen Jar keeps flavor and aroma intact. Use it to store dry foods such as rice, pasta, biscuits, sugar, salt and coffee. The lids are colored with water-based and solvent-free paint that’s sustainable for the environment and food-safe. Avoid prolonged exposure to sunlight or heat sources and store in a dry and ventilated place. Both Ettore Sottsass and the Suppose Glass Kitchen Jar’s manufacturer, Alessi, are represented in MoMA’s collection. For the lids, use a damp cloth or wood cleaner and dry immediately. The glass containers are dishwasher-safe.

  • Designer
    Ettore Sottsass
  • Size
    Small:6.7h x 4.7"diam., 25 oz
    Medium:8h x 4.7"diam., 34oz.
  • Material
    Glass, Beechwood
  • Origin
    Italy
For the lids, use a damp cloth or wood cleaner and dry immediately. The glass containers are dishwasher-safe.
  • If for any reason you are not satisfied with your purchase, you may return merchandise within 90 days for a refund in the form of original payment. Learn More.

$7.95 Flat standard shipping fee available. Learn More.

Characterized by the shapes and hues that Memphis Design Group founder Ettore Sottsass is famous for, this design from the ‘90s has been recently reissued in a new color. Capped with an airtight lid made from FSC-certified wood that has been responsibly sourced, this Suppose Glass Kitchen Jar keeps flavor and aroma intact. Use it to store dry foods such as rice, pasta, biscuits, sugar, salt and coffee. The lids are colored with water-based and solvent-free paint that’s sustainable for the environment and food-safe. Avoid prolonged exposure to sunlight or heat sources and store in a dry and ventilated place. Both Ettore Sottsass and the Suppose Glass Kitchen Jar’s manufacturer, Alessi, are represented in MoMA’s collection. For the lids, use a damp cloth or wood cleaner and dry immediately. The glass containers are dishwasher-safe.

  • Designer
    Ettore Sottsass
  • Size
    Small:6.7h x 4.7"diam., 25 oz
    Medium:8h x 4.7"diam., 34oz.
  • Material
    Glass, Beechwood
  • Origin
    Italy
For the lids, use a damp cloth or wood cleaner and dry immediately. The glass containers are dishwasher-safe.
  • If for any reason you are not satisfied with your purchase, you may return merchandise within 90 days for a refund in the form of original payment. Learn More.

$7.95 Flat standard shipping fee available. Learn More.

Ettore Sottsass
Ettore Sottsass

Born in Innsbruck, Austria and raised and educated in Turin, Italy, Ettore Sottsass (1917–2007) was a designer and architect best known as a key founder of the Memphis Design Group, which was active in the 1980s. The group's postmodern design sensibility, which was famously described as “a shotgun wedding between Bauhaus and Fisher-Price,” is characterized by bold, bright colors and asymmetrical shapes that evoke and combine totemic symbols and earlier design styles. Sottsass is represented in MoMA's collection with more than 20 objects, including the Valentine Portable Typewriter, Asteroid Lamp and Summa 19 Calculator. His work has been featured in numerous exhibitions at the Museum, including The Value of Good Design (2019), Shaping Modernity: Design 1880–1980 (2009–2010) and Information (1970).

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