Wonki Ware

Small Pink Ramekin Dish

£15.00
From Otto in London, United Kingdom
    Wonki Ware  Small Pink Ramekin Dish

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Description

This Wonki Ware soft pink small ramekin dish would look so pretty on any summer table. The perfect size for a sauce, mayonnaise, nuts, herbs or olives. Every bowl is slightly different as all hand made in the well known ethical pottery in South Africa. 

Earthy, organic pieces that exude a delicate feel, each and every item is unique and a true one-off. 
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Details

Size: Height 5 x Width 12 cm

Material: Ceramic

Care: Dishwasher and Microwave safe

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Otto in London, United Kingdom.
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Wonki Ware

Small Pink Ramekin Dish

£15.00
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Otto in London, United Kingdom

Wonki Ware

Earthy, organic pieces that exude a delicate feel, each and every item is unique and a true one-off. The ceramic studio was founded by Di Marshall in 2008, everything is made from organic, recycled South African clay, each item goes through around 14 pairs of hands before it’s considered to be completed. Giving back to the community from which her pieces are made is important to Di, and Wonki Ware has started a ceramic school to teach local South Africans about the art of pottery. “Developing our variety of shapes and patterns has given us the opportunity to be ahead of most trends, helping us create a classic product that’s timeless and vibrant”.

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