Steel and beeswax. Hand made by using a slug of steel, heating it up in a forge, cooling half, then crushing down with the brute force of a power hammer. Surface hand finished while still hot by melting beeswax into the pores of the steel. Every one unique in form by the nature of the process. The series was named after seeing its resemblance in form to a grove of alder trees. Better in numbers.
SET OF THREE
Dimensions : 17”/18”/19”H X 2”W
80000 natural beeswax (set of 3) (steel/wax)
80010 blackened beeswax (set of 3) (steel/wax)
30000 natural beeswax (set of 3) (wax only)
30100 blackened beeswax (set of 3) (wax only)
This collection is lighter in weight than the traditional linen/wool fabrics, but they are equally full of body and texture. Definitely a must-have collection!
The throws are fringed on the top and bottom and have a selvedge edge on the sides.
70% linen – 30% wool
26 oz/yd² - 610 g/m2
The gentle curves of the Bloom mirror bowl were originally inspired by the natural forms of cherry blossom petals. Translated into stainless steel, these become a bowl of deceptive simplicity where the sculptural form and dazzling surface require no extra embellishment. The bowl makes a striking table centrepiece or can be used to hold fruit or bread.
Helle Damkjær’s travels to Japan lead to her designing the series of Bloom bowls, dishes and spoons for Georg Jensen. The results are a winning combination of natural shapes, Scandinavian minimalism and superb craftsmanship.
The Bloom mirror bowl is created from stainless steel with a high shine polished finish.