colourful mid-century geometric ceramic

Wooden Trivets

A triangle is the least likely solution for any design problem, maybe that's why I'm preferring them to their more practical cousins, the circle and square. I once tried to make a ceramic replica of Picasso's triangular vase from his tomato plant pic but —in professional potter's parlance— it went all wonky. Still, I'm satisfied by these 3 trivets from Brighton's Utility, a bonkers old plate that's all angles, or this tiny pendant that Edward honed from an old St. Christopher... even though it invites conversation with some of society's more cosmic characters!
Hand cranfted geometric jewelery

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