FOR LOVERS OF FINE COFFEE
The Italian design duo, Daniel Debiasi and Federico Sandri, created the Collar collection especially for coffee aficionados. For the astute coffee drinker, nothing is more important than flavour.
The classic Italian cooktop espresso maker—also known as a Moka Pot—is an essential tool for creating a professional, full-bodied brew at home.
Dignified and elegant, Collar's minimal silhouette and Scandinavian design aesthetic make it the centrepiece of any countertop.
Classic Italian style Moka Pot produces rich, flavourful espresso coffee.
Suitable for use on gas, electric and glass ceramic cooktops; not suitable for use with induction cooktops.
Daniel Debiasi & Federico Sandri
COLLECTION | DESIGN FAMILY
Collar | Nordic
Stainless steel w. teflon coating; oak wood handle.
8.5oz | 250ml — ø4.3" x W7.25" x H7.75" | ø11cm x W19.5cm x H18.5cm
Made in the People's Republic of China
In collaboration with their talented and carefully selected designers, Stelton's ambition is to create timeless and functional designs that make everyday life a bit more beautiful.
With a firmly rooted belief in simplicity and minimalism, Stelton works to assure that the form and function of their product families create a synthesis that embodies innovative ideas in relation to concept, design and materials.
Embodying a less is more philosophy, Stelton's homage to Scandinavian design heritage results in products with wholly distinct aesthetic, functional and physical quality.
USE & CARE
Hand wash only.
For further use & care instructions, please refer to the Stelton Collar Espresso Maker User Guide.
1-Year limited manufacturer's warranty.
Inspired by the Nordic landscape and design values, it represents the Scandinavian way of living with a less is more attitude.
Minimalistic and artistic.
Daniel Debiasi and Federico Sandri founded their own design studio in 2010. They work within various fields of design where objects are never considered on their own but as part of a bigger picture.
A continuous dialogue encouraged by spatial, cultural and behavioural observations leads the Italian design duo to create beautiful design objects.