Milano is a city that has been very close to the water element, but today there aren’t many visible proofs of it and very few people remember how it was.
Vedovella is the typical dark green Milanese public fountain, made in cast iron and placed in every corner of the city: it inherited its name from the neverending flow of the water, like a widow’s crying (in fact Vedovella means “little widow”). This is one of the symbols that remind us of the close relationship between Milano and the water.
These Vedovelle are redesigned and scaled, made in borosilicate glass and turned into 1L bottles.
Dimensions: 35 cm height x diameter 10 cm.
Material: Borosilicate glass.
PH: Annacarla Granata.