Rafael Marquina 1961 oil & vinegar cruet — reintroduced after 50 years by Mobles 114

rafael marquina 1961 oil cruet from mobles 114

At the humongous Milan Furniture Show, Mobles 114 — a Spanish manufacturer — reintroduced the iconic, original design of the Rafael Marquina 1961 oil and vinegar cruet. I can’t see yet where this is for sale. I’ll keep an eye out and provide that update. I LOVE the fact that authentic, original designs are coming back so strong. It was the 50th anniversary of the Milan Show — so retro nostalgia was Big BIg BIG, according to the New York Times.

  1. Lulu says:

    Greetings. Have you found a place yet where this classic cruet can be purchased? It used to be available at the Museum of Modern Art, but no longer. Thanks for any information you might have

  2. Just another Pam says:

    Oh my goodness. You know, Pam, I actually do love the house I’m in, it’s the first time in my life I’m not looking at other houses with longing but reading the N.Y. article I do wish I had more space. Plaintive sigh. I’m a decor ‘ahem’ and some awfully exciting things are happening these days that bespeak art as much as home furnishings. The 42.50 Pound Alessi light bulb is a bit steep, ya think? But such interesting stuff in the retro area.

    Great article. Thanks for pointing the way yet again!

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