Handmade in a small family workshop in Portugal, our ceramic Domino pot is a plural decorative object, available in three sizes and twelve different patterns.
Portugal: a land of know-how
Our collaboration with Portugal has its roots since the inception of our brand, in the textile workshops that saw the birth of our iconic Copertina throw. A land renowned for its multiple skills, it is only logical that this country is part of our search for qualified craftsmen. This time around, in the work of ceramics.
Hot on the heels of our Carlotta coffee table, whose marble also came directly from Portugal, it is the turn of clay to be shaped, then baked and, finally, painted by hand in a specialist workshop. With its subtle glazed finish, our Domino pot is once again the result of our encounters. A story that we want to continue to write, again and again.
The Socialite Family art of living
For The Socialite Family, the art of living is through emotion. It is what we touch, feel and see. A whole for which we strive to imagine furniture, lighting and accessories that move you. Creations that we are happy to offer and to treat ourselves to. As beautiful as they are functional, but above all joyful!
Our Domino jar is the perfect symbiosis. And, unsurprisingly, under this same name twelve patterns are available in three different sizes. So many stories to tell, to compose, to combine in different ways. To play with combinations of colours - a design philosophy embedded in The Socialite Family identity -, and patterns, but also with the uses you want to make of them!
A plural decorative object
“Itinerant, timeless and elegant pieces of furniture. Inspired by you, for you.” This is central to The Socialite Family philosophy, which we live every day. The Domino pot is the epitome of this hybridity, so close to the heart of Constance Gennari – Founder and Artistic Director - and of the design studio. A plural and nomadic decorative object, which finds its function in the imagination of its owner.
More than ever, you have the opportunity to create, to have fun with our ceramic pieces! No combination will be alike, as the combinations are numerous with our Domino pot. Use it as a vase, pencil holder, sculpture or curiosity… It's up to you!