These incredible origami bowls from Ruti's Roots are crafted by a young and talented women by the name of Ruti Ben Dror, who lives in Haifa, Israel. It is hard to believe that these creations are made out of recycled paper, as they almost appear to be thin pieces of colored leather. Over 330 pieces of paper are folded and glued together to make the beautiful creations.
Although they are made of paper, the bowls are sturdy as they have an acrylic cardboard base. It is ideal for storing items like bobby pins, pens, pencils, keys and you could even serve nuts or chips in these as well. What makes these pieces so appealing is their distinctive design almost resembles a porcupine's spikes. Aside from the diamond-shaped patterns, they also come in the shape of a swan, which is ideal for serving up a bottle of wine. With numerous dish sets available on the market, these origami bowls from Ruti's Roots are truly original pieces.
Porcupine Origami Dishes
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