Alessi PSJS Juicy Salif Citrus Squeezer (Design Classic)

Alessi PSJS Juicy Salif Citrus Squeezer

designed by Philippe Starck

  • Philippe Starck designed the Juicy Salif citrous squeezer in aluminium in 1990.
  • Iconic design of the twentieth century that gracefully combines form and function, with a sense of humour.
  • 1 piece packaged in a box
  • ALESSI assortment
  • 5 1/2 inch in diameter, 11 1/2 inch in height

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