Clover Flower Pot 12cm White

Cooee Design

  • The Clover Flower Pot is part of a collection designed and launched by Lars Tornøe Autumn 2019. The flower pot is hand made and hand painted which makes every piece unique. The Clover series is caring Cooee’s iconic, matt and soft, surface. A nice extra detail is that Clover also is colored on the inside.

     ''Clover is a simplified interpretation of classical porcelain styles that might bring items from grandmothers kitchen to mind. Arranged in a triplet, the curved surfaces generate a design language that is both botanical and geometric.''
    - Lars Tornøe

    Material: Ceramic
    Measurements (cm): W:15, L:15, H:12
    Weight: ~ 800g
    Design: Lars Tornøe

  • Denna krukan är en del av Clover kollektionen som är designad av Lars Tornøe. Krukan är handgjord vilket gör varje exemplar unikt. Den handmålade ytan är matt och mjuk vilket har blivit ett signum för våra vaser. Till skillnad från våra andra vaser och krukor så är denna även infärgad på insidan.

    ''Clover is a simplified interpretation of classical porcelain styles that might bring items from grandmothers kitchen to mind. Arranged in a triplet, the curved surfaces generate a design language that is both botanical and geometric.''- Lars Tornøe

    Material: Keramik
    Mått (cm): B:15, L:15, H:12

    Vikt: ~ 800g
    Design: Lars Tornøe

  • The hand painted outer surface should only be cleaned using a soft cloth, if needed add a small amount of water on the cloth and gently wipe the dirty area. It’s important that you wipe the vase completely dry afterwards. 
    We recommend that you store the product in it´s original packaging when not displayed, this to prevent damages while in storage.
    The inside of the vase is glazed to hold water, but as ceramics is a porous material we recommend that you let the vase dry between usage from time to time.

  • About Lars Tornøe

    Lars Tornøe is a Norwegian designer based in Stavanger, Norway. After gradu- ating with MA in Design from the University of Bergen in 2006 he focused on collaborating with other designers and later went on to found his own studio. Today he works with a diverse selection of Nordic brands within different product categories. Many of his products have been acclaimed with awards, museum acquisitions and international exhibitions.



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