Anvil Petal Fruit Bowl

Item MT0474
$200.00

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The Anvil Petal Fruit Bowl makes a luminous style statement, blending fresh, fanciful pop art lines with a bright, elegant patina. The design—four alloy petals elevated on four iron-finished leaves—is a clever homage to nature, and makes fruit look stunningly vibrant and colorful, whether you fill it with all one kind of fruit for a contemporary look, or a festive variety. Also a great place to put breakfast pastries wrapped in colorful linen—or set it out on the coffee table full of seasonal treasures.

  • Iron finish over Nambé alloy
  • 11” W x 11” L x 6” H
  • Hand wash
  • Design by Neil Cohen
  • Specifications

    • Designer: Neil Cohen
    • Year Designed: 2011
    • Collections: Anvil
    • Oven Safe: no
    • Dishwasher Safe: no
    • Online Engraving: no
    • Limited Edition: no
    • Material Type: Nambé Alloy
    • Online Exclusive: no
    • Care & Use: Alloy
  • About The Designer

    Humor, playfulness and serendipity may on first impression seem incompatible with the serious business of designing products for Nambé. Meet Neil Cohen, who creates some of Nambé's most popular and wondrously beautiful designs in metal, crystal and lighting, and has a ton of fun in the process.

    Cohen's forward reaching vision and refined sense of shape, material and workmanship characterize his concepts. His work supplies the kind of spark that engages the human spirit. We have said that Nambé designs are "works of art you can use every day." With their combination of humor and discovery, Cohen's strong, concise designs are just that: meaningful experiences in themselves, apart from their functionality.

    Holder of two degrees from Rhode Island School of Design, Cohen has lectured at his alma mater, as well as at Pratt and Parsons School of Design. His work has been recognized for its innovation by the Steelcase/Interiors Design Partnership, featured in The New York Times and New York Magazine and chosen for the AIGA's Objects of Design Award. The Japan Arts Council has exhibited his designs. The prestigious 30 Under 30 exhibition in New York has showcased his work among 30 young designers who are shaping the future.