Throughout the ages, animal tusks and horns have been used by humans for a variety of functional and aesthetic purposes, but modern manufacturing has reduced the demand for such items. These Cruets by Jaume Cornella are inspired by drinking and hunting horn artifacts, conceived here with sleek contemporary forms in industrial materials.
Tinted glass and og glass have been sculpted beautifully into elegantly curved conical flasks, tipped with stainless steel spouts and stoppered with rubber caps. The transparent and opaque black pair hold oil and vinegar as a chic set of kitchen storage containers, intended to be displayed openly on the countertop or as centerpieces for the dining table. Having been influenced by natural and historical forms, Cruets by Jaume Cornella make for very stylish culinary accessories.
Perpetually Full Wine Glasses
Delightful Sounding Decanters
Watering Can Decanters
Floating Carafe Bottoms
These Cruets by Jaume Cornella are Contemporary Safari Dispensers
By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Jan 5, 2012 • References: industrialdesignserved