The “BronzePicklePicker”, inspired by old hammered nails, is a rough luminous spot on your table.
I like to rummage in the past to bring back objects that – despite their rough textures – exalt form over utility.
The pickle-picker is realized in bronze with the traditional lost wax casting.
Bronze is an alloy of copper and tin, and the object made of it will tarnish with time. If you don’t like the patina, cleaning is easy with mild soap, rinse with water, and dry using a towel.
Sold individually. The length of the stick can vary between 8 and 10 cm.
Bronze is made of copper and tin; copper is germicidal; the brief contact with food has generally no negative outcome.