PANTON tray, small
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ABOUT THIS PRODUCT
Sometimes affectionately nicknamed ‘Car Crash’, this iconic decorative serving tray was designed by legendary Verner Panton by crumpling up a piece of paper and asking the silversmith to recreate the smoothed out shape in sterling silver. Now available in stainless steel, the dish makes a dramatic centrepiece to a table even when empty.
Truly a superstar in the world of mid-century design, Danish-born Verner Panton’s iconoclastic and uncompromising vision was applied to everything from architecture and furniture to lighting and artwork. His work is still held in high regard and continues to influence a whole new generation of creatives.
The small serving tray is expertly crafted in mirror-polished stainless steel.
- Item number: 3586853
- Materials: Mirror polished stainless steel
- Measurements: H: 31 mm / 1.22 inches. W: 147 mm / 5.79 inches. L: 176 mm / 6.93 inches.
- Design year: 1988
- Suitable for contact with food.