Is the design of the traditional wine bottle the definition of perfection?
Quite possibly. Its traditional shape dates back to the oldest bottle of wine—the 4th century AD. Down the centuries, despite all the changes that have brought us into the modern-day world, the wine bottle is still largely the same. This elegant shape has stood the test of time.
It’s no surprise Italian designers Seletti would replicate this gorgeous shape using different materials. Why mess with perfection? In this case, the wine bottle is designed in porcelain. Now your kitchen and home area can exude classic beauty with one of these porcelain bottles, perfect for serving beverages or showcasing a small plant like a single rose or eucalyptus.
Of course you could recycle old wine bottles, but their labels are sometimes distracting. And the traditional glass just isn’t capable of adding an earthy feel to a room in the same way this porcelain can. For a home furnishing, it’s a perfect decision.