I Heart KWID China.

She continues to give us dire designers something new and cool to long for. I just found these Kelly Wearstler for Pikard China place settings in Met Home and had to share them with you. I love ikat and chevron designs in addition to anything a wee bit off the cuff. Any meal would be that much tastier on these beauties.

 

kelly_wearstler_hillcrest

Hillcrest is evocative of sea anemones and the stylized florals of the 1920’s.

Pickfair China

Pickfair is a dynamic interpretation of a chevron pattern with muted hues of soft gray, mica and gold.

trousdale

Trousdale was inspired by the delicate lacquer work of the Art Deco movement and the minimalism of Japanese art.

 

 

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1 Response to “I Heart KWID China.”


  1. 1 jason 12/04/2009 at 8:27 am

    this artist has a blog at http://tommervik.com


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