A cheese bowl in a thousand shades of green with a hand-inlaid wooden stopper. The piece was made by hand on the lathe, scratched with a wire and coloured in the second firing with non-toxic enamels fired at 980C°. The earth used is hard red clay and the stopper is made from two different types of wood. Very handy for storing grated cheese in the fridge.
It is possible to wash them in the dishwasher but with careful attention that the pieces do not touch each other.
Measurements: H 11 cm, L 8 cm
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35,00 € Euro
1 in stock
Find out who made this item
Giulia Bonora is the designer and founding artist of Keramô, a brand of handmade functional ceramics.
Keramo is focused on everyday objects, whose concept is inspired by nature and in particular by the texture of magmatic rocks, reinterpreted through the use of colours. This collection is linked to a more spiritual aspect of ceramics, in its relationship with the four elements: earth, the material with which it is moulded, air, which allows it to be dried, water, an essential ingredient for clay as it allows it to be ductile and workable, and finally fire, which transforms and cooks it.
The idea is to make people remember their origin, nature in its primordial and essential form that comes to life.