Adelaide by Xie Dong at Driade

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Milan 08: the Driade showroom in Via Manzoni in Milan showed Adelaide, a series of handmade bone china tableware by Xie Dong.

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Each piece is signed by the artist.

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The range is part of Driade's DriadeKosmo range of objects.

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That's all the information we have unfortunately.

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  • http://www.damnedgooddesign.com bronxelf

    I can’t decide if the top one reminds me more of a cabbage or a wig. Neither one is bad- it’s just that it reminds me of both of those things.

  • Mark

    I don’t think this can work with anything other than drinks but as far as tea set goes it would be brilliant to see a pot to match.

  • Tyler

    Absolutely beautiful.

  • Julien

    Incredible poetry

  • Monk

    pottery

  • chris

    beautiful, i’d like to have these.

  • http://www.eco-chic-design.com/ eco-chic design

    Since I love any type of design that’s inspired by nature I did a little bit more of research on these beautiful ceramics. The artist draws her inspiration from rippling water or curling leaves and translates this into these gorgeous sculptural objects. She developed her own unique technique on how to create these rippled effects. If you’re curious about a more eco-friendly version of tableware that’s inspired by the effect of water as well please check out my blog entry about the sea glass collection of the Riverside Design Group.

  • http://google kristin davis

    have been looking for the prices set to the addelaide collection,I love it all so much.
    it would be an honor to own some of these pieces,they are so lovely.I must have them