CAROLINE LINDHOLM

Butter dish, “Beurrier”, sterling silver. For Swedish silversmith Caroline Lindholm, food is more than a source of physical energy. Food is her happy place. She grows her own food and is constantly fantasizing of delicious recipes as well as practically planning for how to realize these meals. This is one of the most unpleasant side-effects of the ongoing situation for her: that of no longer being able to gather all of her loved ones to share a meal together.

Food as a symbol of togetherness and joie de vivre has inspired Caroline Lindholm in the creation of her work “Beurrier”. It is an organically shaped butter dish entirely in sterling silver and incorporates both her love for food and nature.

Caroline Lindholm (b. 1968) resides and works in Stockholm, where she also has her own workshop. She holds an MFA in Metal Design from Konstfack University of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm. Lindholm is represented at Nationalmuseum in Stockholm and The Röhsska Museum in Gothenburg.

PRICE: 24 000 SEK.

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