Worries Go Down Better with Soup




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Worries Go Down Better with Soup is a ceramic pot of bone china by Magnus Gjoen. From a limited edition of 200, this piece is signed and numbered and accompanied by a COA.

I try to create something new, but from something that already exists. The choice of paintings is usually something that evokes a sentiment or an emotion in me. Putting these with other objects not only beautifies the object but makes you look at it in a different light

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Ceramic Pot


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