These two large snails one in pink and blue and the other one is just pink look as if they were taken straight from the children’s story book of Dr Doolittle with the giant pink sea snail. A delightful creation by Kent Le Grand these can be used as paperweights or simply displayed on a window sill to catch the sunlight.
This beautiful vase has a vibrant yellow upper area with a tangerine orange rim and a netting also in the same colour to the lower portion. The netting has a slight raised feel to it making this piece a very tactile item. It is crafted by Kent Le Grand with its contemporary look it is bright and cheerful.
With it’s old gold colour and subtle touches of pink having a combed design this vase displays beautifully on it’s own however it also looks pretty with a small posy of flowers. Made in Western Australia by Kent Le Grand at his studio in Witchcliffe this piece as unique as the artist that created it.
These two citrus squeezers as well as being useful conversation pieces they are also very decorative and can be left out on display. The shape of the handle with its ridges gives a firm grip for ease of use while making your morning juice or just to squeeze some lemon on fish. Made by well known artist Kent Le Grand of Western Australia who sadly passed away early in 2011 they will become a collector item.
A fine example of Kent’s work this has a beautiful blue swirling around the weight with a red and green interior like the centre of a volcano. Western Australian artist Kent Le Grand was a remarkable person. After a car accident left him with only the use of his left arm and using his left foot with his right arm in a sling he retrained himself to create his amazing pieces. For a right handed person this was extraordinary.