Skultuna

€80.00

Pot Brass XS

Staying true to the historic production methods of Skultuna, Monica Förster and her design studio came up with a series of Flower Pots made in the very old method of metal spinning. Metal spinning is a production method that has been in constant use during the last centuries in Skultuna and makes it possible to make large round three dimensional objects out of sheet metal. The Flower Pots resemble classical pots made of terracotta with a small inclination in the lower part. Designed 2012.Care instructions: Do not place the on top of delicate surfaces, possibility of tarnishing if wet underneath (also through condensation). Use a tray underneath if unsure.
Staying true to the historic production methods of Skultuna, Monica Förster and her design studio came up with a series of Flower Pots made in the very old method of metal spinning. Metal spinning is a production method that has been in constant use during the last centuries in Skultuna and makes...
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Color Brass
Height 11 cm
Diameter 15 cm
Brand Skultuna
Designer Monica Förster
Material Brass
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Skultuna

Skultuna was founded in 1607 and has been producing beautiful classic brass items for over four centuries. Skultuna's goal is to manufacture objects of the highest international quality and to create tomorrow's antiques for future generations. In Skultuna's collection you find everything from candlesticks, cufflinks, bowls and much more made in brass.

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Monica Förster

To the line of prestigious and international design awards, Monica Förster 2015 could also add "Swedish Designer of the Year". At the gala, organised by Swedish ELLE Decoration, the dinnerware series Inblue and Inwhite were also named the winners in the "Product of the year for the table" category.  Whether Monica Förster designs everyday items, fashion, furniture or car parts, she is happy to try new materials and approaches. She grew up near the Arctic Circle, where nature and family hotels became her first and greatest sources of inspiration. Today she works all over the world with design studio in Stockholm as a base. Read more about Monica Förster
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