Deadstock 'Zlin' cutlery by Jan Kaplicky of Future Systems for Alessi made in Italy 2010.
Designed by the famed late architect Jan Kaplicky they were originally designed as an alternative to his tableware project "Bettina", which later went into production in 2008. The name "Zlin" refers to the legendary Czechoslovakian fighter planes and alludes to their intended use as airline silverware, on which the designer firmly insisted.
Made of transparent organically shaped thermoplastic resin in yellow and green. Brand new in original packaging and long out of production almost impossible to find. They are included in many a museums collection and are pretty incredible in person.
Each color includes 5 place settings. (5 forks, 5 knives, 5 soup spoons, 5 tea spoons)
Approx: 6.75"-7" long. .75"-1.5" wide.
Shipping quoted @ checkout / Lower East Side pick-up