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Asili

Roll Vessel – White

Description
A sculptural piece that plays to the natural beauty of soapstone, the Roll Vessel is a favourite from our collection. Designed in a tiered form and sitting at 10cm high to easily fit in any space, it makes a great vase or vessel for kitchen utensils, artist brushes, or a gift for the hard to buy...

A sculptural piece that plays to the natural beauty of soapstone, the Roll Vessel is a favourite from our collection. Designed in a tiered form and sitting at 10cm high to easily fit in any space, it makes a great vase or vessel for kitchen utensils, artist brushes, or a gift for the hard to buy for.

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DETAILS

⋄ Made in Western Kenya
⋄ White Soapstone
⋄ 950𝚐 ≓approx⋄ H×W: 110 × 100 𝗆𝗆 ≓approx

﹡Please note photograph is for style reference and actual product may vary slightly from that shown as item is handmade and each will have it's own variations and character.

Kenyan Soapstone is a metamorphic rock which use dates back to antiquity: early Egyptians carved it into scarabs and seals; in China and India it was used for ornaments, implements and domestic utensils. It was similarly used at various times over the past 7,500 years by First Nations, Inuit and Norse. From marbled whites, soft pinks and oranges, to deep blue grey, the natural minerals found within soapstone make each Asili piece completely unique.

CARE

o clean your soapstone piece, wipe with a damp cloth and dry. Do you not leave your soapstone piece filled with or submerged in water as this can cause the stone to crack over time. If using with living flowers, we suggest placing a container within for the water. Soapstone is not dishwasher safe.

Shipping + Returns

New Zealand:
Free shipping on orders over $175.
Flat rate shipping of $8 on orders under $175.

Standard delivery times:
1-2 working days (Auckland region)
1-3 working days (outside Auckland).

Tracked courier & eco-friendly packaging on every order.

Australia:
Flat rate shipping of $25NZD.

For exceptions & further details, see our Shipping Policy.

RETURNS

You can return full-priced items within 21 days of your order dispatch date for an exchange or store credit.

Unfortunately, we cannot offer exchanges or refunds on sale items, including flash sales.


For further details, see our Returns Policy.

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THIS PRODUCT IS

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