Traditional mezzaro (or mèsere) cames from India. It arrived in Genoa in the XVII century and from the very beginning became very popular through the inhabitants of the city. It was used as a shawl, bespread, tapestry and curtains. It became a symbol of wealth and authority. It was used especially by rich, Genoa’s, noble women. At the end of the XVIII century the Genoa’s aristocracy stop wearing it. However, it was still used as a part of traditional costume e.g. the ladies used it to cover a head or as a shrug.
In its shapes, the Smeg two slice toaster combines ergonomics, functionality, and aesthetic balance. Breakfast, lunch, brunch, or just snacking – when you fall in love with the Smeg ‘50s Style toaster, you’ll find every available excuse to use it.￼
Beautifully crafted with a stainless steel body, the KLFO1 standard kettle has a large capacity of 1.7 litres. Features include a push-pull opening lid, 360° swivel base, and an automatic shut-off at 100°C. To keep it looking great, it has a removable and washable stainless steel lime scale filter and a concealed heating element prevents lime scale build-up.