Craft

Serve in Style - Craft Gift Pack PRE-ORDER

$320

A gift for the foodie and entertainer.

This carefully curated gift pack pairs a hand crafted stoneware large serving bowl by Tracy Muirhead, with a pair of small batch produced stainless steel serving spoons by Ferro Forma. 

Keen to make it a stack? Add a medium and small bowls by Tracy Muirhead to create a sculptural stack of three.

All packs delivered beautifully wrapped and packaged in a gift box with an artist biography and gift card

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Gift pack inclusions: 

Serve in style — $320

1 x large stoneware stackable serving bowl by Tracy Muirhead

1 x pair of small batch produced stainless steel serving spoons by Ferro Forma 

Beautifully wrapped and packaged in a gift box with an artist biography and gift card

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Serve in style complete stack — $395

1 x medium stoneware stackable serving bowl by Tracy Muirhead

1 x small stoneware stackable serving bowl by Tracy Muirhead 

Beautifully wrapped and packaged in a gift box with an artist biography and gift card



Strictly limited numbers available for pre-order 

Please allow 4 weeks from order for dispatch

First deliveries will begin November 20th

For multiple orders please download the Delivery Information PDF from the orders page after you checkout.

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Artists: 

Ceramics:

Tracy Muirhead

Tracy Muirhead is an experienced ceramicist based in Melbourne/Narrm, VIC. Her practise involves a combination of hand building and moulding forms. Her pieces are created manipulating the clay as little as possible to reveal and enhance its inherent qualities. 

Muirhead is interested in the relationship between each of the pieces she produces, and how these enhance one another to ultimately augment a living space.  

Flatware:

Ferro Forma

Ferro Forma is a metalsmithing workshop formed by Alison Jackson and Dan Lorrimer, based in Braidwood/Wigwigly NSW. The pair specialise in handcrafted small batch edition objects that capture the hand of the maker and the heritage of their craft. Jackson and Lorimer collaborated for some years on Alison Jackson Studio’s, prior to forming Ferro Forma.  

Jackson completed a Gold and Silversmithing Degree at Australian National University,  and holds over two decades of artistic and technical metal forming expertise.  Jackson’s work has been exhibited widely across Australia and has been acquired by Canberra Museum and Gallery, ACT. 

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