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The 9093 kettle, conceived by architect Michael Graves in 1985, was the first item by an American to be included in Alessi’s catalogue. With its telltale ’80s Deco-revival accents and bird whistle, the kettle remains Alessi’s best-selling item.

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on May 13, 2010
The 9093 kettle, conceived by architect Michael Graves in 1985, was the first item by an American to be included in Alessi’s catalogue. With its telltale ’80s Deco-revival accents and bird whistle, the kettle remains Alessi’s best-selling item.
The 9093 kettle, conceived by architect Michael Graves in 1985, was the first item by an American to be included in Alessi’s catalogue. With its telltale ’80s Deco-revival accents and bird whistle, the kettle remains Alessi’s best-selling item.

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