This week’s destination is the world! MOM reveals the products that make the world a smaller place.
Old Chinese white washed pots
The Silk Road Collection
These white washed pots were used as storage containers for Chinese yellow rice wine. The practice of using this kind of pots for making rice wine goes back over 2000 years, and they are still used today for traditionally made rice wine in Shaoxing, China. Some pots still carry the stamp of their rice wine maker. Every pot differs in colour & finishing. All pots can be made into a lamp on request (+€45). We also have a large selection of complementing handmade lampshades in stock, in various shapes, sizes and colours (price lists on request).
Inspired by the highly sculptural and beautifully detailed porcelain of the 19th century Empire period, the Swan bowls proudly nod to antiquity with unmistakable modern grace. From the luminescent, hand-gilded 24K gold of the bowl to the silky feathers on the curve of the neck, each piece is a singular and exquisite work of art, sculpted and finished entirely by hand. The collection includes a medium + large bowl and a salt cellar, each available in white or black.
Lotus leaf Golden Cup
This gold-rimmed cup was totally handmade in porcelain in traditional workshops in Cambodia. The intricate reliefs featured on this cup were created thanks to a mold that was conceived from the print of real lotus leave.
PinWorld Maps - World map diary
PinWorld is a world wall map printed on a flexible felt panel. The continents, including the cities with over 1 million inhabitants, offer a unique and exciting view of a world without borders. PinWorld XL is printed on three flexible felt panels which can be easily combined, choosing to place the centre of the world in Europe, in the Americas or in the Pacific area. These maps are ideal to display at home or in the office. The package includes a set of special pins to use with the map.