Ursa Major's very first object of utility. This perfectly craggy and detailed oyster shell seems to have been made for utility. Its lines reveal the layers of age and its beautiful rippled edge suggest why shells became such a prominent motif during the Rococo period. The spoon, a minimalist counterpart to the textured shell, has been carefully carved from wax and is designed to sit perfectly within. Its form is inspired by wishbones and dewdrops.
Oyster dish: measures 2.75" L x 1.75" W x 1.5" D, and weighs 114 grams.
Spoon: measures 1/2" width at the bowl, 2 3/4" length, and weighs 9.5 grams.