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I’m A Fool for Smool: Robert Bronwasser’s Newest Ceramic Designs


Last week at Salone del Mobile, smool of the Netherlands introduced a new design collection of tabletop ceramics by Robert Bronwasser for Royal Goedewaagen.



above: smool booth at Salone Del Mobile

The new collection includes

his fun little ceramic people:


modern money pigs (piggy bank or coin box):



ceramic paper trays:

the tuliptile vase in new patterns:




new tableware:

and nautical service (dinnerware with skulls) for DLS:






Smool
Royal Goedewaagen