Italian product manufacturer Guzzini is celebrating its 90th birthday tomorrow with the relaunch of its Vintage range of two-tone products which was first introduced in 1954. Vintage includes tableware such as bowls and cups in dual tones of black/white, yellow/white and red/white. The range was first developed by Giovanni Guzzini, the eldest brother of the third generation of Guzzinis, and further designs were added in the late 1950s after it became popular. The Vintage relaunch takes place in Paris, and the designs will be available in the UK from January.
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