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Marble Soap Dish by UpGroup. Elegant soap dish in white Carrara marble designed by Michele de Lucchi and his protege' Philippe Nigro. A perfect addition to your bathroom, the soad dish is available in two different designs.

UpGroup is a family run business with a dedicated team of skilled craftsmen, and quarrymen using traditional techniques, skills that require years to perfect. The marble comes from the local quarries in the Massa area, midway between the sea and the Apuan Alps in the Tuscany region of Italy. They recycle and re-use offcuts to create other smaller objects making every attempt to minimise waste of this fine material.

Made to order in Italy.

DESIGNER: Michele de Lucchi & Philippe Nigro

Soap Dish A: Ø 13CM x 4.5CM (H)
Soap Dish B: Ø 10.4CM x 4.5CM (H)

MATERIALS: White Carrara marble


Handmade to order in Italy. Please allow four to six weeks for delivery.

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If you wish to cancel your order you can notify us by email on info@luxxdesign.com before we have dispatched the goods or if goods have already been dispatched, you can return them to us within 14 days of receipt.

Vendor: UpGroup
SKU: BC011

Meet the maker:


Established in 1969 in Massa Carrara in Tuscany, home of the most famous marble quarries, UpGroup revolutionised the way marble is applied in design and is now one of the most relevant marble manufacturers in the world. Part of its success is due to numberless collaborations with famous designers, like Michele De Lucchi, Achille Castiglioni, Philippe Starck, Ugo La Pietra, Mario Bellini, and many others. This combination of the artisans' craftsmanship and the designers' creativity gave life to extraordinary objects that have become Italian style classics, unique objects produced by combining traditional handcrafted production with the latest technology, many of which are on display in important international museums. UpGroup is also crafting architectural works for hotels, banks, airports, and villas, as well as conservative restoration on historical buildings, like the Uffizi Museum, the Bank of Italy’s Museo del Conio, Florence’s Duomo, and Beethoven’s House-Museum in Bonn.