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Etch Soapstone Vessel

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This Etch Soapstone Vessel is a collaboration between Citta and Asili Design. The vessel is designed in our New Zealand studio by product designer Nikolai Sorensen. It’s then skillfully hand-carved in Kenya by Asili. 

The design celebrates the handmade nature of the manufacturing process. Each piece is intentionally irregular with etched grooves that provide a more structured element. The two design features are combined to give the vessel a topographical feel. 

Carved from raw pink soapstone using traditional techniques that have been passed down through generations. Produced within a fairtrade environment that supports the artisans, their families and communities in Western Kenya. 

Sku:
ADL0012L

7cmdiax16.5cmh

Soapstone

Hand wash only. Do not leave water sitting on item for a long period of time.

Freight Item
No
Outer Carton CBM
0.01
Stock Threshold
2
Web Description P3
Carved from raw pink soapstone using traditional techniques that have been passed down through generations. Produced within a fairtrade environment that supports the artisans, their families and communities in Western Kenya. 
AssociatedItemIDs
ADL0012L|ADL0012S
AssociatedVariantColours
Pink
AssociatedVariantDimensions
Colour|Size
AssociatedVariantSizes
Large|Small
Brand
Asili
Care Instructions
Hand wash only. Do not leave water sitting on item for a long period of time.
Composition
Soapstone
Image Orientation
Portrait
In Store Only
No
IsSearchable
Yes
IsSpecialMasterSetup
Yes
Online Colour
Pink
Online size
Large
Product dimensions
7cmdiax16.5cmh
Web Description P2
The design celebrates the handmade nature of the manufacturing process. Each piece is intentionally irregular with etched grooves that provide a more structured element. The two design features are combined to give the vessel a topographical feel.