A multiuse container/table center-piece, made by raw granite stone and ceramic by Giulio Parini.
Neolithic is the age when human beings discovered ceramic from rocks powder.
The ceramic plate and the base are separable, no ﬁxed connections, the plate can be used as a tray, and it’s easy to clean. The stone is a waste of quarries, useless small piece. It has an already existing ﬂat surface on one side, that simplify the ﬁxation of the stone when worked. The cilinder above comes from the coring aside, made on the same piece of granite.
Multiuse containers / flower pots / fruit bowls / candelholders
Materials: Granite, soapstone, ceramic
pictures: Julia de Cooker