The Frutti bowl has a lip that bends upwards, joining up with the fruit inside. The contrasts in size, hue and gloss give the two bowls different personalities. The parallel tiling of the wood produces an almost braided look, like the layers are intertwined. The bowls change character with the content, resembling bowls when filled with something and wooden vases when herbs or flowers peek out.
Light bowl: Hand-turned beech wood.
Dark bowl: Hand-turned and oiled walnut wood.
Photos: Erik Five Gunnerud