These clever ceramic shaker are shaped like the seasoning' origins: the black shaker echoes the shape of a peppercorn, while the white one mimics the facets of a salt crystal. Designed by Aruliden, an award-winning, NYC based based design studio fromed in 2006 by Johan Liden and Rinat Aruh. Their mission is to rethink everyday objects to create meaningful experiences. Their work was featured in MoMA's Talk To Me and Design and the Elastic Mind exhibitions.
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The Wave Butter Knives come in a pair and are definitely incomparable. With a softly curved line and a heavy-duty weight of 45g per knife, it lies comfortably in one’s hand and easily spreads along breads and baguettes. Adds an extra attraction to any breakfast or dining table.
A dazzling butter dish perfect for all occasions, casual and elegant alike. Made of white stoneware with a marble-like finish, the outer cover has a matte appearance while the interior and base dish feature a glossy finish. Easily coordinates with different dinnerware pattern or solids.
Ary Home, of Sweden, has produced high quality products for the home since 1952. Their strength is a long tradition of genuine craftsmanship, a passion for natural materials, and sustainable, functional objects made by hand. The Dusk & Dew Collection features artwork by Kelly Ventura, a Michigan-based artist, who specializes in hand-painted patterns. Her work is infused with fresh color, gestural marks, and a hint of playfulness. Use this art-infused trivet as a stylish table or counter top protector. Coordinating Dusk & Dew items sold separately.