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t.e. 204

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set - A

set of all 53 porcelain stones in a handcrafted wooden box

For the collection 2017, Thomas Eyck invited Studio Brynjar & Veronika, a German Icelandic studio based in Berlin to work on a project for his new collection. Their underlying interest in natural stones and minerals led them to work on a set of handmade porcelain stones. The result is a collection of 53 different stones that form together smaller families of stones in different shapes and sizes. Each stone arrives in a unique glazing that blurs the borders of reality and fiction, the natural and the artificial.

box size: 66,4 x 48,9 x 4,6 cm high

limited and numbered edition of 10
delivery time: 2 weeks
4,990.00amount
4,123.97 for customers outside the EU during checkout

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