Lino Sabattini - Rare "Pragma" serving dish

Description
Lino Sabattini - Rare "Pragma" serving dish
Italy - 1970-1979 - Silver Plate & Ceramics

Very rare serving casserole dish or roasting pan, made by Lino Sabattini.
The casserole dish is made of tubular silver plate and ceramic by the Swiss company Langenthal.
Significant size: 40 cm length and 22.5 cm width.
This multi-purpose casserole dish is part of the "Pragma" series, made in few examples in the 1970s, and can be used as a serving casserole dish for the table or the ceramic can be used as an oven roasting dish and then set on the tubular structure to be served hot on the table.
In very good condition, ceramic with no breaks or chips.
Signed Sabattini Italy.
Very, very rare.

Lot details
Object
Rare "Pragma" serving dish
Material
Silver Plate & Ceramics
Manufacturer/ Brand
Lino Sabattini
Estimated Period
1970-1979
Country of Origin
Italy
Condition
Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear
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