Melbourne based Daisy Cooper's handcrafted jewellery dish and ring cones are the solution to your jewellery storage problems! Place your rings on the ceramic cones and use the dish for earrings, bracelets, or dainty necklaces.
Handmade Ceramic Dish & Ring Cones
Comes packaged in a small box, perfect for sending to friends and family!
10cm D x 1cm H
6cm H - Holds around 4-6 small rings or 2 large ones
Please note that each item is handmade and may vary slightly in colour and dimensions
More about Daisy Cooper:
Daisy Cooper Ceramics was founded in 2014 in London and since moving across the world to Australia, is now run from Daisy's new studio space in Research, Melbourne.
Growing up in rural Scotland and having a great love for the outdoors and nature, influences and inspires Daisy's work. Searching for a sense of wilderness through her forms and colours, allowing each piece to bare the marks of the making process, much the same as the natural elements leave on the landscape.
Hand crafted using traditional hand building techniques, each piece is pinched from a ball of clay and crafted into timeless, functional ceramics that are designed to be used every day and bring joy to anyone who uses them.
Daisy Cooper Ceramics x One Tree Planted
The earth that we stand on and the air that we breath needs our help.
Here at Daisy Cooper Ceramics we believe that we all need to make small changes to our daily routines in order to help nurture that place that we call home.
Our goal is to create meaningful ceramics for your home that last a life time and reduce the need or desire for mass produced items & from now on, we pledge that for every order you place with us, we will be plant a tree out there in the world for you!
Thanks to the One Tree Planted Organisation, reforestation can be achieved by us all. It's a small and simple act but in the long run could help preserve and nurture this wonderful place we call home.
"Trees help clean the air we breathe, filter the water we drink, and provide habitat to over 80% of the world's terrestrial biodiversity. They also provide jobs to over 1.6 billion people, absorb harmful carbon from the atmosphere, and are key ingredients in 25% of all medicines"
- One Tree Planted