Brasilia Stripes Cone

Jonathan Adler

Rare, rustic, recherché...Add some polish to your pad! Monumental shapes with stripes of gloss white glaze over unglazed buff stoneware. Each piece is hand thrown in our workshop in Peru. The striated texture is called chattering, created by the potter¿s tool rhythmically bouncing on the surface. Perfect in a Zen, Scandinavian modern, or Minimalist home environments. Inspired by the city of Brasilia, a city planned as a modern utopia and designed by Oscar Niemeyer. Jonathan Adler pottery > MORE begins its life in our Soho studio, where Jonathan and his team design and sculpt every prototype. The product you are viewing is produced by skilled artisans at our main workshop in Peru. They make molds from our prototypes and then hand craft each piece from high-fired stoneware or porcelain. Our Peruvian workshop was found through Aid to Artisans, a non-profit organization that connects designers in America with artisans in developing countries to promote fair trade.^ LESS

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General Style: Contemporary

Type: Standard, Floor

Material: Stoneware

Color / Finish: White, Beige

Design: Patterned

Dimensions: 6" W x 20" H

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