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 house and forms shadows over the structure, allowing you to see the ridges nicely. The ripple structure is also reminiscent of the flow 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 total of up to 20 hours! 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.