This Champagne K-Over is a real “Work of Art”.
The artist transformed a pure Silver 999/°° K-Over into a precious treasure chest to show and enjoy your Champagne, while it keeps it fres as well. The Artist took inspiration from the beautiful and well-known painting “The Kiss” by Gustav Klimt and perfectly managed to reproduce the beauty and elegance of one of the most perfect oeuvres of Art Nouveau.
The K-Over has been completely handcrafted by Stefano Vigni, a Florentine Master Goldsmith and a “Fabergè Workmaster”. The production process has taken several months, and the techniques used are overhang, chisel and painting. The Artist worked on a single piece of Silver, and this increased the complexity of the task, it is also important to underline the great attention in chiselling geometrical designs.
This Champagne K-Over is made in pure Silver 999/°° and has been plated in 24/K Gold. Painting the K-Over was challenging, because of the many details that required to be painted with different polishes.
Stefano Vigni was born in Florence in 1952. Being very interest in the world of art, he started working when he was only 14 years old. At the begging of its career he worked as apprentice in the best Florentine workshops and made important works for clients such as Tiffany and Bulgari. In addition, Stefano worked a lot and was appointed “Fabergé Workmaster”.
He has been recently working with K-OVER for the project: Works of Art.
K-OVER is a brand of P.M.P Firenze, a company with more than 40 years of experience in the silverware industry. Our covers can maintain your precious bottles of champagne fresh. The cover can be easily used as many times as you want: by unscrewing the cap at the bottom of the cover it is possible to change the bottle. All covers are one of a kind and have only been exhibited in public events. Covers are suitable for Champagne bottles such as: Moet Et Chandon, Veuve Clicquot, Cristal, Pol Roger, Piper, Perrier Jouet, Taittinger, Mumm, Ferrari, Berlucchi.
All our champagne covers are produced in solid silver 999/°°. The usage of pure material is a novelty: as a matter of fact, silverware is usually produced in sterling silver. Our choice can be explained with three reasons: First of all, we want to provide a high valuable product to our customers. Secondly, pure silver is hard to oxidize, so that it is easier to be cleaned and polished. Last but not least, silver has an antibacterial property which makes it safe to use for food and beverage.