A familiar yet unexpected texture. How you might imagine the shell of a giant prehistoric robin’s egg. Or a river stone from Wonka’s factory, these salt/pepper shakers are irresistible.
The organic colors and shapes are only the start. The real fun comes with the design, inspired by a water jug the artist's friend brought back from Peru. No visible cue as to their use other than the artists signature “pinch” indention to indicate salt. A simple yet ingenious design that will provide a rubric for which to evaluate your guest’s curiosity.
What is it, how does it work, how do you fill it and maybe even “how do they make that?
Design: Limited edition of 20 matching pairs each numbered, labeled, and signed by the artist.
Material: White stoneware, Matte Glaze
Source: Michigan, United States
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