Our handmade ceramic salt cellar is burst of color with an understated level of craftsmanship. The purple "basin" cover is thrown upside down on the wheel as a single piece with no joints.
To paraphrase Michigan based artist Lynne Tan on the single piece lid design; “A single piece lid is quite common, but they usually have a knob...I probably didn’t invent this lid but I’ve never seen it before”.
The glaze for each cellar is applied one at a time by the artist and has a unique texture pattern. With a small hand carved walnut spoon to scoop, it's a useful table accessory with a spot of color.
Design: An exclusive collaboration with Mastro Company. Each piece is signed by the artist.
Material: Whitestoneware, Matte and Translucent lead free glaze
Source: Michigan, United States
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