The most beautiful pot stand ever? This stunning segmented plate of Ash is designed as a place to rest a hot pot and will gather a patina that tells kitchen stories for years to come.
- Designed and made by hand
- Made in Ireland
- Raw Ash finish
- Size: H35mm x W300mm
Handmade in Ireland by Superfolk, who by working slowly and deliberately, take time to create objects of real beauty, integrity and soul. Their products reflect the character and behaviour of the raw materials from which they are made. Imbued with a poetic optimism for sustainable living, they create homewares for people who love the wild outdoors.
Superfolk is a design and make studio, led by partners Gearoid Muldowney and Jo Anne Butler. Gearoid is a designer and craft-maker and Jo Anne is an architect. Together they create homewares for people who love the wild outdoors. With a passion for wildlife, seasonality, wild food and a respect for our natural world, Superfolk celebrate their material heritage and share their appreciation for our world through the story of the products they design and make.
Craft is at the heart of all they do. Working slowly and deliberately, taking time to create objects of real beauty, integrity and soul. Their products reflect the character and behaviour of the raw materials from which they are made. Imbued with a poetic optimism for sustainable living, they make quality, durable homewares that embrace the patina of time.
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