The Cumulus Tray Offers a Cluster of Shallow Pockets to Serving Sweets

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Dec 14, 2012 • References: & industrialdesignserved
The lovely Cumulus Tray does the same job that a selection of six tiny bowls does, occupying a smaller area and offering aesthetic intrigue. The abstract plate takes a strict rectangular shape but it features a group of diverse indentations that can serve to hold a selection of edible items.

Taking various sizes, the shallow dimples allow you to dish out appropriate portions of nuts, fruit, candy and more. Handfuls of the favorites might find themselves in the bigger pockets while more intensely flavorful treats could be provided in the tinier troughs.

No matter how you fill it with different colors and shapes, the salver is certain to look like a work of art. Jennifer Attie's Cumulus Tray is even elegant when empty. Its undulating base beautifully sculpts the billowing contours of clouds. Stats for Delightfully Dimpled Dishes Trending: Older & Chilly
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