Hand washing vessel | Hayom x Nathanaelle Herbelin and Margaux Derhy
For painters, hands are sacred. They are the main creation tools. That’s one of the reasons Paris-based painters Nathanaelle Herbelin and Margaux Derhy were inspired by the Jewish tradition of Netilat Yadayim that calls for the washing of hands every morning as a reminder to use them for holy purposes. For Hayom, the two friends and artists have chosen to link the action of washing the hands to the world of the sea, by referring their water vessels to both seagulls and shells.
5.5" x 3.5" (14 x 8.5 cm)
Not dishwasher safe