Elizabeth Benotti's work explores the relationships between everday objects, color, image and form. Using porcelain, she interchanges slipcasting, handbuilding and wheelthrowing techniques. The objects act as a canvas for drawings that can be found on most of her work. The drawings are all inlaid into the clay using a traditional mishima process and the decorative colors are hand painted. Her studio is in Concord, NH and her work has been featured in New England Design Magazine, Bon Appetit, Design Sponge, Country Living, HGTV Magazine, and more! Elizabeth believes it is worthy to surround ourselves with meaningful objects that are well cared for. Her work is a small part in helping to bring back an appreciation for handmade, quality goods.
Keep salt at a pinch's length with this simple salt cellar. A cook knows how much salt to use by how it feels in the finger tips. The cellar is small to not take up too much counter space but large enough for your fingers. It comes with a sleek fitted lid.
The salt cellar is made of porcelain and the pattern is hand carved and inlaid with black underglaze.
Food, dishwasher, microwave safe
Dimensions: 2" tall x 3" wide, 4 fl oz capacity (1/2 cup)