Sterling Silver Plasticware

Sterling Silver Plasticware

These plastic take out utensils are fabricated in Sterling Silver! With this knife, fork and spoon set . . . you will never look at takeout the same again!

  • I love the unique design of these champagne glasses. Definitely not as traditional as flutes, but the double walled glass helps the bubbly stay cool so you can sip on it as long as you like. An unexpected and modern twist on the t... I love the unique design of these champagne glasses. Definitely not as traditional as flutes, but the double walled glass helps the bubbly stay cool so you can sip on it as long as you like. An unexpected and modern twist on the traditional toast.

  • During her three months work period at the European Ceramics Work Centre ‘modular porcelain’ was Ineke Hans’ major project on the theme of reproduction. In the ceramic industry, it’s usual to ‘glue’ an ear to a cup with slip cl... During her three months work period at the European Ceramics Work Centre ‘modular porcelain’ was Ineke Hans’ major project on the theme of reproduction. In the ceramic industry, it’s usual to ‘glue’ an ear to a cup with slip clay before firing. Starting from this reality she thought out a modular system, reducing the amount of moulds used, for making virtually anything you like. Producing only five shapes - three sizes of tubes, a corner and a ‘plunger’ – this means that tulip vases, coffee pots, five armed candleholders and so on can be ‘glued’. A kind of ceramic LEGO results, connected by trimming. All the shapes are tuned so that they can be used in different ways: a narrow tube has an inside diameter appropriate for candles and outside diameter to be used for grips. This modular project is cast in black porcelain. The black pigment weakens the already ‘deformation-sensitive’ porcelain, making this project even more amazing. The porcelain, being black however, intensifies the graphic, or pictogram, nature of the objects.

  • Products that are “seconds” are products that are not quite right. Jason Miller's tea set challenges the rules that surround modern day consumer items. Who says the decoration has to be in the center? Who says a whole bird is bett... Products that are “seconds” are products that are not quite right. Jason Miller's tea set challenges the rules that surround modern day consumer items. Who says the decoration has to be in the center? Who says a whole bird is better than half a bird? Made through conventional methods of mass production, the decals on Jason Miller's tea set are intentionally applied "incorrectly."