Rebecca Wilson Ceramics

by Grace Bonney

Rebecca Wilson‘s latest porcelain designs are that perfect combination of whimsical and functional. Using bone china, oxidized silver and found objects, she’s created sugar tongs and a powder puff that look like tiny doll hands and legs. When I was little I would always have my dolls double as jewelry storage (I loved putting play rings on my Barbie’s arms) and this reminds me of a slightly funnier, more adult version of that. Rebecca makes each one by hand and uses vintage tongs, so they’ll each be slightly different. I’d love to mix these into a proper tea set for something a little unexpected. Click here to check out Rebecca’s Etsy shop and order online. xo, grace


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  • Oh, wow! These are fantastic.

    Also, I’m not sure if it’s just my computer or if anyone else is having this problem, but all week I haven’t been able to see comments on D*S. On the homepage, I can see that the little number by each posts indicates the number of its comments, but then when I click on the actual posts and scroll to the bottom, I can’t see any comments. I tried viewing the site in another browser and that didn’t help.

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