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t.e. 062

t.e. 062

oil can

The oil / milk can is a singular shape, without a handle or lid. The same cavity is used for pouring and filling. The opening is placed under a 90 angle, to prevent dust settling onto the content. The object creates a visul dialogue between content and interior space.

10 x 4,5 x h 10 cm

aldo bakker
porcelain
other
delivery time: 1 weeks
80.00amount
66.12 for customers outside the EU during checkout

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