Morgan Gilbreath Topaz Salt Cellar
Minimal, faceted salt cellars created from a transparent topaz colored glass. Each piece is kiln-cast, faceted, carved, and ground to a smooth, satin finish. These sleek, tiny vessels can hold salt or spices to have on-hand when cooking, but they may also function as a ring holder, spoon rest, or any application you desire.
Each salt cellar is one-of-a-kind and vary slightly in size and shape. However, each measures about 2"-2.5" square.
Salt Cellars are hand-washable and can (if desired) be conditioned with a tiny drop of olive oil.
About the artist
Morgan Gilbreath is a glass and mixed-media artist whose process-driven work investigates the intersections between religion, history, and labor. She holds a BFA in Glass and a BA in Art History from Tyler School of Art (Temple University) in Philadelphia. She’s completed residencies at the Creative Glass Center of America (Wheaton Arts), Pilchuck Glass School, and the University of Texas Arlington. Exhibiting nationally and internationally, her work is in the permanent collection at the Museum of American Glass (Millville, NJ) and the Aldo Bellini Glass Collection at Castello Sforzesco (Milan, Italy). Morgan lives and works in Richmond, Virginia.