Lavastone Board - Edo Cross Stitch
Lavastone board by File Under Pop
The Lavastone Edo Cross Stitch is from File Under Pops Edo collection which is inspired by the Japanese Edo period (1603-1868).
The lavastone boards from File Under Pop withstands heat, oil, wax and acid and can be used as a base for hot pots on in the kitchen, candles or as a way to display your favourite things.
Each piece is crafted by hand and all glazes are applied with brush. Depending on the complexity of the pattern, stencils or silk screens are used in the print making.
Lavastone is extracted from the active volcano Mount Etna on Sicily at a depth of 20-30 metres where the stone has been compacted for 2-3000 years. The lavastone is then glazed and decorated by hand and is transformed to ceramic by hours of oven-firing.
Pattern and Finish: Edo Cross Stitch, Shiny Crystal
12 cm x 20 cm x 1 cm
More about File Under Pop:
File Under Pop is directed by Josephine Akvama Hoffmeyer. She's is the founder, and for 14 years, the creative director of Made a Mano. She now flies solo again with File Under Pop with a new studio workshop and showroom in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The vision of File Under Pop is to transform rooms fundamentally by clothing the surfaces. Unique hand crafted ceramic terra-cotta tiles, lavastone, wallpaper and paint are designed for walls, floors and ceilings.