This gorgeous wood fired ceramic bassinet in black features built up layers of clay slip that resemble a tafone – a weathering pattern seen as small caves carved into cliff sides, hills, and rocky areas, recognized due to its honeycomb or sponge-like appearance. This added decoration is created by artist Grace Khalsa, in collaboration with Ian Hazard Bill.
"This collection of sculptural vessels are made to hold space for the beautiful nourishing and temporal things that come into our lives. Whether in the form of flowers from your garden, fruit from the farmer’s market, berries foraged on hikes, or trinkets from adventures that have ended, I believe the small nourishing treats should have a beautiful place in your home." ~ Ian Hazard-Bill