Herringbone Jesmonite objects by Phil Cuttance

These handmade herringbone-textured objects including a vase, a tray and pen holder are by London-based designer Phil Cuttance are made from an award-winning composite material that combines plaster and cement with a water-based resin known as Jesmonite. Cuttance uses moulds to create the herringbone pattern which he then manually shapes into each object. Each piece is cast in cement and finished with a laser etched cork base which is branded with its name and number emphasising the handmade quality of the goods.

Herringbone Jesmonite objects by Phil Cuttance
Herringbone Jesmonite objects by Phil Cuttance
Herringbone Jesmonite objects by Phil Cuttance
Herringbone Jesmonite objects by Phil Cuttance
Images | Martina Lang and Phil Cuttance

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