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Saleiros João de Barro / Salt pots

Saleiros João de Barro
Saleiros João de Barro

Discipline: Product

Discipline: Product

The “Red Ovenbird”, from the ovenbird family, builds its nest by amassing mud. The idea was to improve on existing salt pots. The use of ceramic without enamel or paint – ideal for keeping salt dry and loose without the need of a lid – with the ideal form sought in nature, resulted in the shapes inspired by the nests of Red Ovenbirds. Decorative when not in use, they are burnt at a high temperature and are very strong. Salt, fine or rock, is removed by hand with sizes suited to men’s hands, too. The product is aimed at a public that enjoys cooking and decorating their gourmet areas.

This unique item is natural and unrefined. It brings forth an earthy reminder that cooking is an exceptional practice. The Red Ovenbird feels human and hand made...
Housewares - selected by J'aime Cohen
Inspired by bird nests built with clay the designers have created an object collection with great emotional impact. Small organic sculptures that adorn the kitchen.
Design in Brazil - selected by Angela Carvalho
Client / Manufacturer

Reboh Design

Reboh Design
Porto Alegre/RS, Brazil

Design

Reboh Design

Reboh Design
Porto Alegre/RS, Brazil

Suzanne Verba Reboh