Swedish designer Carina Seth Andersson expands her Sand series of stoneware with a sauce jar, a tea pot, and two canisters in different sizes. Let the lid hide secret fragrances and wonders for the table: present them as secrets of the chef while keeping the culinary surprises hot or cold.
Material High-fired stoneware, unglazed outside and matte glazed inside.
Dimensions 3.2”Diam. x 2”H
Product Care Dishwasher, microwave and oven safe. Do not put on an open flame.
Carina Seth Andersson
Carina Seth Andersson is a Swedish designer who is known for her distinctive yet purposeful objects in glass, ceramic and sometimes textile Her design process is about scaling-back, finding the balance between simplicity and meaningful form to result in pieces that have a timeless quality
Carina works on commissions from a wide range of Scandinavian and international design producers, as well as in her studio in Gustavsberg, an area famous for its porcelain production in the Stockholm archipelago With an MFA from Konstfack, Carina lectures at Beckmans College of Design and at various design courses throughout Sweden Her work has been exhibited in galleries and museums around the world Her pieces are also part of the permanent collections at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam and Designmuseum Danmark in Copenhagen
The table is a stage for culinary events. Saucers, bowls, cutlery, dishes, pans, vases, guests, candles: they all form part of a scenography that let the food shine in all its glory. And the stage, be it at home or in a restaurant, requires dramaturgy. Not everything revealed at the same moment, but secrets exposed one after another. Lift the lid to present flavor and fragrances retained within along with vitamins and healthy nutrients. Keep the food warm or cold, according to taste.
Carina Seth Andersson has once again managed to balance perfection and particularity in her new additions to Sand, her series of stoneware originally conceived for Nationalmuseum in Stockholm. The different objects are abstract yet familiar, alluding to age-old traditions refined to perfection. ‘There is a moment of surprise when you lift the lid,’ says Carina Seth Andersson. ‘The secrets of the chef unveiled! Together these earthenware objects will create a whole little landscape on the table.’ The trend to bring forward a multitude of different dishes for the table certainly does require the stage be set with a variety of vessels. Glazed on the inside, raw but softly polished on the exterior, the three black and clay-colored earthenware canisters are available in three different sizes.