1. Made by Robert Jones and
offered in the Museum of Arts and
Design’s shop, the Weave Bowl is
created from a single piece of Baltic
Birch wood which has been laser cut
and glutted together. Available in three
styles and two sizes.
2. Combining historical text and
imagery from the Tate archive, artist
Yinka Shonibare designed the fine
bone china tea set exclusively for
Tate. Using a variety of media,
including Dutch wax African fabric,
Financial Times newspaper cuttings,
and gold leaf, the collection is meant
to mirror the diverse histories found
within the Tate Museum.
3. Handcrafted to mesh contemporary
aesthetic with a thousand-year-old
glass tradition, each Murano glass
bowl offered by the Getty Museum’s
store is signed by the artisan.
Available in a variety of colors.
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