Rose Gold Ceramic Cortado Cups with 22-Karat Gold Luster by Kim Brown For Sale
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Rose Gold Ceramic Cortado Cups with 22-Karat Gold Luster by Kim Brown


Kim Brown's lightly speckled stoneware cups are wheel thrown and glazed in white and rose with 22-karat gold luster stripes. Measuring approximately 3.25" H x 3" W, the cups are an elegant and unique choice for cortado, wine or whiskey. Sizes are approximate. Each piece is unique and thrown by hand. Beautiful variations occur. Food safe. Handwash only. Kim Brown is an object maker and artist, as well as the owner and curator of Greenpoint Hill. Her studio practice includes functional ceramic vessels that bring joy and connection to everyday life as well as non-functional sculptural forms and photographic work. Brown's curatorial work and functional ceramics have caught the eye of designers, tastemakers, and the design press at the 2017 and 2018 Brooklyn Designs shows. Her Fine art work has been shown in museums and galleries nationally, including solo exhibitions at the Patricia Sweetow Gallery in San Francisco, California. Selected group exhibitions include the Franklin Parrasch and Sara Meltzer galleries in New York, and the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, The Friends of Photography/Ansel Adams Center, and Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum in California. Brown was the recipient of California's James D. Phelan Art Award in Photography.  


  • Creator
    Kim Brown (Designer)
  • Production Type
    Current Production
  • Production Time
    It will take 7-8 weeks to make this piece
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  • Dimensions
    H 3.25 in. x W 3 in. x D 3 in.H 8.26 cm x W 7.62 cm x D 7.62 cm
  • Seller Location
    Brooklyn, NY
  • Sold As
    Set of 2
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