Terracotta vases pay homage to the traditions of Ukrainian pottery

Victoriya Yakusha, chief designer of FAINA, stated: "Up to date design is nourished by cultural roots, it restores the pure concord between our ancestors and future generations, thus stopping us from shedding our id. We should always always remember the place we come from and be pleased with what we’ve grow to be. Thus, the KUMANEC and MONTANKA ceramic vase units had been created.

KUMANEC, initially impressed by conventional Ukrainian festive pottery with a bagel gap within the center, has been reworked into a contemporary inside design. When used for storing drinks, this particular type of container allowed the drink to be in fixed contact with pure clay, permitting it to remain recent longer. The five-piece assortment contains a mixture of sizes and designs that look nice, alone or in teams.

The MOTANKA vase set, which designates a sacred doll-shaped talisman in Ukrainian, turns a mysterious image into a contemporary ornamental piece designed to fill your house with optimistic power and defend you from hazard. Constituted of native sustainable terracotta and enameled inside, it’s waterproof – the right dwelling for flowers and dwelling branches.

Pictures: Vova Klever
Model: Victoria Yakusha
Hair and make-up: Kristina Makovey
Mannequin: Maria Atamanchuk

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