An original oil and vinegar container by Rafael Marquina, it consists of a conical recipient with a spout for the liquid to glide down. This sober and clear-cut design resolves the drip problem: it absorbs every single drip of oil or vinegar, does not stain the tablecloth and does not need a handle. The Marquina 1961 oil container reinterprets an object of daily use, in this case from the mediterranean tradition, to improve its performance and bring its lines up to date. It is a clear example of how objects evolve under the aegis of design. The conical, 200 cl capacity, clear glas container has a funnel-shaped neck for easy filling. The spout has an opening that doses out the liquid and a base/stopper of brushed glass with a groove to catch the drops and allow air into the flask.