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Michael Aram Gold Orchid Sugar Pot

Michael AramGold Orchid Sugar Pot

$105

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  • The Michael Aram Gold Orchid Collection illuminates the ethereal spirit of the orchid flower. Evocative of happiness, strength, joy, and resilience, the gold metal version offers a strikingly unique appeal. Exuberant and detailed, in gold, these flowers take on a meaning that is unlike any other. There is a sense of nobleness, regality, and strength associated with this majestic flower - almost as if it has been drenched in the gold rays of the sun.
  • "Orchids naturally emit a sense of sensuality and seductiveness, but, in gold, they take on a completely different meaning - an element of radiance that I associate with positivity and optimism. When I think of gold orchids, I imagine this fragile flower glowing like an eternal light." - Michael Aram
  • Each Michael Aram metal object undergoes a series of grinding, buffing, and polishing techniques. Variations or 'imperfections' in the product's finish are characteristic of the creation process. Due to this handmade nature, no two pieces are ever exactly alike.
  • Approx. 3.25"Dia. x 3"T.
  • Holds 5 ounces.
  • Made of porcelain, stainless steel, oxidized brass, and brass plate.
  • Porcelain pot only: dishwasher and microwave safe.
  • As with all fine china, avoid hitting against other hard surfaces, particularly at the edges.
  • Oven safe up to 500 degrees F.
  • Metal lid only: Not dishwasher safe.
  • Do not use abrasive cleaners, steel wool or scouring pads that can scratch and dull metal surfaces.
  • Imported.
About Michael Aram:
American artist Michael Aram studied art in New York in the late 1980s before traveling to India on an inspirational journey, where he discovered a rich metalworking tradition that inspired his turn toward handcrafted design. Michael Aram established a home and workshop in New Delhi, where he began crafting objects ranging from tableware to furniture, all of which reflect the hand of the artisan. The tension of line, form, and meaning is a distinguishing characteristic of Aram's extraordinary designs, inspiring thoughtful appreciation and bringing a sense of ceremony in their day-to-day use. Each Michael Aram piece is handmade, so no two items are exactly alike.