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Helpful Hannah Utensil Holder | Tableware by Kristina Kotlier. Item made of ceramic works with boho & minimalism style
Helpful Hannah Utensil Holder | Tableware by Kristina Kotlier. Item made of ceramic works with boho & minimalism style
Helpful Hannah Utensil Holder | Tableware by Kristina Kotlier. Item made of ceramic works with boho & minimalism style
Helpful Hannah Utensil Holder | Tableware by Kristina Kotlier. Item made of ceramic works with boho & minimalism style
Helpful Hannah Utensil Holder | Tableware by Kristina Kotlier. Item made of ceramic works with boho & minimalism style

Created and Sold by Kristina Kotlier

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Kristina Kotlier

Helpful Hannah Utensil Holder - Tableware

Price $105

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Creation: 4-6 weeks
Shipping: USPS 4-7 days
Price $10 Shipping in the US, ask the creator about international shipping.
Estimated Arrival: April 15, 2024

Handmade

Woman Owned

Made In USA

Made To Order

Locally Sourced

DimensionsWeight
5.25H x 4.5W in
13.34H x 11.43W cm

Ceramic utensil holder.

Helpful Hannah (pictured on the left) approx 6 inches tall, 4.5 inches diameter
Proud Penny (pictured on the right) is approx 5.25 inches tall, 4.5 inches in diameter

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Item Helpful Hannah Utensil Holder
Created by Kristina Kotlier
As seen in Creator's Studio, Los Angeles, CA
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Kristina Kotlier
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2020
Kristina Arzaga-Kotlier is an architectural designer and ceramic artist with a strong design-build background and interest in emphasizing the elemental properties of the materials with which she works. She has built work in and around the Bay Area, including installations at the Exploratorium and the Oakland Museum.

Her work explores the relationship between digital processes and handmade objects while focusing on intentional ways to disrupt and modify each step to create unique outcomes.

Kristina received her B.A. in Interior Design and her Masters in Architecture from California College of the Arts. She has served on the Strategic Council of the American Institute of Architects, as Co-Chair for the mentorship and licensing programs at AIA San Francisco, and is currently the chair of the AIA National Associates Committee. Kristina splits her time between Berkeley and Los Angeles, California.