Serve in Style With Gucci's Wolf Head Cloche

A striking tableware cover.

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Continuing to deliver lifestyle goods informed by Alessandro Michele’s aesthetic sensibility, Gucci recently released a wolf head decorated cloche.

Made in Italy, the striking tableware cover is crafted of antiqued silver-plated brass decorated with a wolf head handle at the top. Additional detailing on the dome includes “gucci” engraved in a goth-themed font and studded details all around. Rounding up the design of the lifestyle item perfect for serving courses when entertaining at home is a lipped rim edge and decorative tarnishing.

Priced at $1,100 USD, Gucci’s Wolf-Head Silver-Plated Cloche is available now at MATCHESFASHION.

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