Ted Muehling

Swooooon. Ted Muehling. Ohhhhh Ted Muehling. I saw his gorgeous tabletop designs in last year’s Feeding Desire exhibit at the Cooper-Hewitt (and in the museum’s shop) and then came across these photos for them on E.R. Butler. Everything he does is so graceful and is inspired by the graceful forms of rocks, shells, eggs and insects. Absolutely stunning. For those of you in New York, his store is downtown on Howard Street.

Moon Snail Bowl, pictured in shell pink, $1,470. Salt and Pepper Snails, $130 each. Volute Bowls, pictured in celadon, $1,610.

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7 comments
  1. Flights of Fab Fashion Fancy

    Oh my gosh! What Beautiful things this man designs. Thanks for sharing!

    March 16th, 2007
  2. Aashim

    This is fantastic stuff.
    you are a rockstar priya for sharing this link.

    March 16th, 2007
  3. Luria Bertani

    So amazingly exquisite.

    March 16th, 2007
  4. the_kitten

    I just got to your blog and I adore it! I love all the beautiful things you have to show and I am sometimes completely stunned by the wonderful aesthetics they own!

    March 17th, 2007
  5. SG

    Those are great ! So organic but still so rigid.

    March 18th, 2007
  6. lola

    these are so beautiful and delicate. great find.

    March 19th, 2007
  7. cashwebter

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