weekly wrap up + mel robson



ac and i are in miami right now celebrating our one year anniversary (yay!) so i’m officially signing off my laptop for the weekend. it’s warm, sunny, and i can’t wait to dive into some cuban food (and the ridiculously clear water here) so i’m going to wrap up the week with these beautiful porcelain pieces from artist mel robson. kristina sent them over earlier this week and knew that the little bits of floral detail would be right up my alley. in addition to her forks and knives (i’d frame them for my kitchen they’re so pretty) she also has recipe bowls that look lighter than air, and adorable ceramic pigeons with patterns. click here to check out her full collection online. ok, i’m going to unplug now– have a wonderful weekend and i’ll see you on monday! below is a summary of this week’s highlights:


Jessi

Have fun!! My husband and I are celebrating our 6 year anniversary this weekend :)

Alicia

Eat at Jaguar in Coconut Grove and enjoy great ceviche have the Palomas de Cajeta for dessert!

Sara(Mrs.B.)

Welcome to Miami! Happy Anniversary you two lovebirds.

Lisa

Beautiful! So delicate! Can’t wait to go through any post I missed this week :) Have a good weekend!

Clare

Wow that cutlery is so so beautiful. Never thought I could get excited about silverwear before.

Heidi

Have fun in Miami! The porcelain work is fantastic. I love the delicate decals and the wee holes.

Clare

This porcelain cutlery reminds me of something very beautiful that Id forgotten about but a while back tried so desperatly to find again (after seeing in a blog). They where porcelain butterflies cut from plates by an Australian artist. If anyone knows who this is please remind me again. it’s my birthday soon & I need these!!

cheryl

i have been thinking of you two all weekend…happy anniversary…i sure wish i could send you a slice of cake….we will celebrate it whenever you come back to savannah <3

Vanilla Cardamom

AW!!
I wish those pieces were actually functional! i would love to eat a pretty little dessert with one of those flowery forks!

sajjal

awesome, believe me when i saw the post i thought if might be wood work but it is still awesome with ceramic.

Sean

i have been thinking of you two all weekend…happy anniversary…i sure wish i could send you a slice of cake….we will celebrate it whenever you come back to savannah <3

Mandeep Khunkhuna

These cutlery pieces are very beautiful. I really like the way that there is the floral pattern that is shown in small segments. Its like its creeping in. This is looks great as the floral doesn’t overpower the design and keeps it looking elegant.

Each piece looks is unique, this is due to the elements like the small holes in the cutlery to create a pattern. These small details is what makes these a great find.

Holli

I LOVE when people visit Miami, I’m so used to reading about California vacations. I’m driving up there today from where I live, the Keys, and I hope you/we have beautiful weather!

LEAVE A COMMENT