Campi Re-Edition Poultry Shears
Designer: Antonia Campi
Designed In: 1960
Born in Sondrio, Italy in 1921, Antonia Campi is a renowned ceramicist, jewelry, metal and glass designer who was awarded a Compasso D'Oro in 2011 for a lifetime of achievement in design. While she produced some beautiful sculpture and art, her contributions to industrial design are also significant. Her elegant 1960 Italicus poultry shears are part of MoMA's permanent collection.
Item Description: Re-edition of 1960 “Italicus” Poultry Shears (model 397). Antonia Campi’s Italicus Poultry Shears (model 397), produced by Ermenegildo Collini S.p.A. Simply shaped to fit the hand with a responsive spring mechanism. These utilitarian shears is also an object of beauty. Gift boxed.
Materials: Stainless steel, hot-drop forged and mirror-polished.
Dimensions: L: 9.5"
Care Instructions: Wipe clean with a soft cloth. If liquid is needed, use water only and dry thoroughly to prevent rust.
Designed In: Italy