Casa Bugatti


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Portafortuna Spoon Set by Casa Bugatti. Add a touch of sophistication with this beautiful spoon set designed by Teseo Berghella and available and made even more precious by the golden finish.

Designed for a stylish and yet ironic table, the set is characterised by six different skilfully carved lucky charms symbols each with a specific meaning:

Sun: positivity, life and wellbeing;
Owl: wisdom, intelligence and intuition;
Shamrock: propserity, health and honest love;
Heart: love and passion;
Peacock: birth and longevity;
Flower: positive vibes and feelings.

Presented in a stylish gift box, the set is ideal as an original present for occasions such as weddings, christenings, graduation or any other important occurence worth celebrating.

Teseo Berghella

DIMENSIONS: 16.5CM (L) 14CM x 16CM x 2.5 CM

MATERIALS: 18/10 stainless steel, gold plated in the gold version.


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    Vendor: Casa Bugatti
    SKU: DR-050A08/6

    Meet the maker:

    Casa Bugatti

    Casa Bugatti designs and manufactures products for the table and kitchen, cutlery and small household appliances that are highly innovative and have an original and sophisticated design. For 90 years, Bugatti proposals have been distinguished by their unique style in which high technology blends with Italian taste for shapes and details and links with the territory and craft tradition live together with the eyes open to the contemporary world and its values.

    Owing to the contribution of a large team of draughtsmen and designers, Bugatti produces small and large treasures for the home that interpret changing desires and enrich life’s habits and environments. Bugatti revolutionises the ‘simple and habitual’ daily rite of experiencing the home, by transforming it into an art, a gift, an emotion to be discovered every day.