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Item No. 100511724
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Ikiperu Pyx

$880.00
3.4 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100511724
New Arrival

Ikiperu Pyx

$880.00
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  • Hand-turned and hand-painted ceramic lidded box by highly skilled artisans at Ceramiche Rometti.
  • Glossy colored glazes contrast with bands of unglazed terracotta clay.
  • A thin leather strap serves as a handle for the lid.
  • 4⅜" H 9⅛" W 9⅛" D
Detailed Dimensions

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Ikiperu Pyx
$880.00
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Norwegian designer Kristine Five Melvær was inspired by ancient Etruscan pottery and Umbrian craft traditions in designing the striking Ikiperu Pyx, a lidded ceramic box named for an Etruscan goddess. Bold color blocking and shifts in texture define Melvær’s contemporary interpretation of this ecclesiastical form. The handmade lidded box combines glazed and unglazed ceramic for both visual and tactile beauty and is finished with a thin leather strap handle. The perfect home for your most valued treasures and trinkets. Made for Poltrona Frau in Italy.
  • Hand-turned and hand-painted ceramic lidded box by highly skilled artisans at Ceramiche Rometti.
  • Glossy colored glazes contrast with bands of unglazed terracotta clay.
  • A thin leather strap serves as a handle for the lid.
Brand
Poltrona Frau
General Dimensions
  • 4⅜" H 9⅛" W 9⅛" D
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

Ikiperu Pyx

  • Height (in): 4⅜
  • Width (in): 9⅛
  • Depth (in): 9⅛
  • Glazed and unglazed ceramic
  • Leather handle

Kristine Five Melvær

Oslo-based Kristine Five Melvær chose to study design “because I considered it the most interesting intersection between my creative and analytical skills.” She earned a master’s degree in industrial design from the Oslo School of Architecture and Design in 2008. Her work is an eclectic mix of graphic design, furniture, lighting, tableware, glassware, pillows, and blankets.

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