Artistic, daring, unique…you’ve never seen anything like Alessi. They may have been manufacturing household goods since the 1920s, but they’re far from old-fashioned. Alessi about as cutting edge as homewares get, creating everything from toothpick holders to coffee plungers, fruit bowls and pepper mills and everything in between. Chances are, if it’s colourful or shiny or whimsical, it was borne of an Alessi mind.
This Cheese Please Cheese Grater is seriously one of a kind. Shaped like a cowbell to capture the spirit of a cheese-making dairy farm, this stainless steel grater is equally quirky as it is practical. Cheese Please features rows of circular holes surrounded by tiny teeth, and is best suited to grating more mature cheese like parmesan and pecorino with ease.
Created by industrial designer and world traveller Gabriele Chiave alongside Italian designer Lorenza Bozzoli, Cheese Please is certainly a moo-riginal piece that all modern cheese lovers will adore.
Cheese Please Grater features:
- Designed in Italy.
- Made of 18/10 stainless steel.
- Designed by prominent industrial designers Gabriele Chiave and Lorenza Bozzoli
- Cowbell shaped.
- Features rows of circular holes surrounded by tiny teeth to shred away at mature cheeses like parmesan and pecorino.
Dimensions (with handle): 10cm (w) x 16.5cm (h)