A craftsman puts final touches to a decoration piece of tea kettle, at a workshop in Peshawar.  PHOTO: AFP  #crafts #pottery #copper #photography #potd #photooftheday #instadaily #instagood #igers #peshawar #punjab #karachi #islamabad #lahore #pakistan #instatravel #instapakistan

A craftsman puts final touches to a decoration piece of tea kettle, at a workshop in Peshawar. PHOTO: AFP #crafts #pottery #copper #photography #potd #photooftheday #instadaily #instagood #igers #peshawar #punjab #karachi #islamabad #lahore #pakistan #instatravel #instapakistan

Japanese Iron TEA KETTLE Teapot Nambu Tetsubin Iwachu Hand Made Master Craftsman #NA

Details about Japanese Iron TEA KETTLE Teapot Nambu Tetsubin Iwachu Hand Made Master Craftsman

Japanese Iron TEA KETTLE Teapot Nambu Tetsubin Iwachu Hand Made Master Craftsman #NA

Craftsman Kitchen with Chantal Tea Kettles Classic in Enamel-on-Steel -1.8 Quart, Raised panel, Undermount sink, Custom hood

Craftsman Kitchen with Chantal Tea Kettles Classic in Enamel-on-Steel -1.8 Quart, Raised panel, Undermount sink, Custom hood

RCA graduate Gaspard Tiné-Berès and super craftsman Tristan Kopp…  are on a mission to clear landfill sites of small appliances by transforming old glass parts and cork into new, very beautifully designed toasters and kettles.    via unconsumption.com

RCA graduate Gaspard Tiné-Berès and super craftsman Tristan Kopp… are on a mission to clear landfill sites of small appliances by transforming old glass parts and cork into new, very beautifully designed toasters and kettles. via unconsumption.com

Gilles Eichenbaum has made an art out of recycling old kitchenware into incredible lighting. The designer is a true craftsman who repurposes everything from colanders to kettles to broken toasters to create illuminating masterpieces. His work originally manifested itself as a hobby he picked up while traveling the world, but it wasn’t until he began selling the pieces at local flea markets, where they were met with a fervent reception, did he know he was doing something really special.

Gilles Eichenbaum has made an art out of recycling old kitchenware into incredible lighting. The designer is a true craftsman who repurposes everything from colanders to kettles to broken toasters to create illuminating masterpieces. His work originally manifested itself as a hobby he picked up while traveling the world, but it wasn’t until he began selling the pieces at local flea markets, where they were met with a fervent reception, did he know he was doing something really special.

Compostable wood and natural fiber dish brush | Plastic-free, zero waste scrubber

Iris Hantverk Dish Brush

Compostable wood and natural fiber dish brush | Plastic-free, zero waste scrubber

Craftsman Kitchen with Cameo White Solid Surface Countertop, Corian, Copper Tea Kettle, Arcadia Flat Panel (Inset), U-shaped

Craftsman Kitchen with Cameo White Solid Surface Countertop, Corian, Copper Tea Kettle, Arcadia Flat Panel (Inset), U-shaped

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