Ferm Living shell pot, pottery residential object
The shell pot of Ferm Living is a beautiful eye-catcher in your interior. The design is by Trine Andersen, who in 2006 is now known worldwide Ferm Living and there is still a creative director.
The organic shape of the shell pot is inspired by the Nautilus shell. The earthenware pot has a matte 'off white' finish on the outside. This absorbs the light that enters your home and forms shadows over the structure, giving you a nice look on the ridges. The ripple structure is also reminiscent of the stream ripples in beach sand.
The inside of the shell pot has a soft shiny glaze layer, so you can also use your favorite flowers.
The dimensions of this beautiful shell pot are: 31 cm wide, 15 cm deep, 21 cm high.
Give the Shell pot a nice place on the sideboard, on your coffee table, in the bookcase. And of course the Shell pot is also a wonderful gift for a special occasion!
The video below shows the production process of the Shell pot. Each Shell Pot is formed in a mold and then carefully checked and 'trimmed' by hand. The Shell Pot is baked several times at a high temperature between 800-1.230 ° C for a maximum of 20 hours in total! And then you have such a beauty!
Tip: the Shell Pot combines beautifully with a woolen plaid from the Finnish brand due to its soft, natural appearance Lapuan Kankurit! And also the white ceramic vases from Oohhx from Denmark go beautifully with the matte finish.