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KALA by Light + Ladder is a slender statuesque ceramic vase with bold intersecting geometries that create playful formal interactions. Exterior matte hematite gray porcelain finish. Interior finished with clear glaze. Subtle variations in texture and hue are to be expected, giving each piece a unique identity. Dimensions: H:12.5" W:4" D:3” Opening diameter: 2.5”
The ethos of the founder of Light + Ladder Farrah Sit, to “own less, own well” is a breath of fresh air in a time of disposable consumerism, and she has made it her mission to make artistic, ethical design widely accessible. Designed in Light + Ladder's Brooklyn Studio, and lovingly made in a family-run zero-waste facility powered by renewable energy in Vermont, chosen for their commitment to “create art, not objects”. Light + Ladder believes in supporting true craftspeople, small-batch manufacturing facilities, and women-owned companies to produce their designs.
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