Tea and Coffee Set
Designed in 1995-1996
Executed by Sawaya & Moroni, Milan, Italy in 2004, number 4 of an edition of 10 (Asia edition)
Sterling silver: tea pot, coffee pot, creamer and sugar bowl, together with the original fabric-covered boxes
Each underside inscribed with silver hallmarks and 925/SAWAYA MORONI/#04-2004
Highest element 26.4 cm ; 10⅜ inches
Each element appears sound and in very good conditions. One of the base corners of the creamer has a small dent. Some tarnishing marks and some airline scratches throughout but not visually distracting. Some dust stains on the fabric boxes consistent with usage and time.
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Hatje Cantz, Zaha Hadid: Architecture, exhibition catalogue, Austrian Museum of Applied Arts, Vienna, 2003, p. 172
Zaha Hadid, Patrik Schumacher and Gordana Fontana-Giusti eds., Zaha Hadid Complete Works: Major and Recent Works, London, 2004, pp. 218-19
Aaron Betsky, The Complete Zaha Hadid, London, 2013, p. 236