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Natural Selection Porcelain Ceramics
£ 35

Natural Selection reproduces foods picked from markets, farms, and discard piles in clay, using casting techniques that are typically used to mass produce objects, instead creating deliberately unique and individual forms.

Part of our range of clay sculptures that bring character into any interior space, celebrating the strangeness and variety of what is grown in the ground through distinctive objects for the home.

Natural Selection is a partnership between architects Farrokh Aman and James Binning. This project is an opportunity for them to explore our relationship with things we eat, our customs and rituals, and the role objects play with that.

The range features new, exclusive moulds that have been cast from produce picked directly from the Daylesford Market Garden in Gloucestershire. *excludes Sweet Potatoes

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Natural Selection GROUP Web Optimised v2
Natural Selection GROUP Web Optimised v2

Size guide

Natural Selection

  • Small Squash 7cm
  • Small Onion 6.5cm
  • Medium Onion 6.5cm
  • Shallot 6.5cm
  • Long Red Florence Onion 18cm
  • Medium Sweet Potato 12cm
  • Medium Slim Sweet Potato 12cm
  • Red Kuri Squash 15cm
  • Yellow Crook Neck Gourd Squash 19cm

The following chart will help you identify your Bamford clothing size for this product to your usual size.

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Bamford363840424446
UK6810121416
US02-44-681012
HKXSSMLXLXXL
Japan579111315
Italy384042444648
France343638404244
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Natural Selection unites the hearts, minds and stomachs of Farrokh Aman and James Binning, brought together through a shared enjoyment of good company and good food.

The story of Natural Selection

Individually established as architects, through their growing collections of ceramic objects the duo explores the relationship between the rituals and cultures of eating and the increasingly industrialised production of food. Moulds that are exclusive to Bamford have been cast from produce picked directly from the Daylesford Market Garden in Gloucestershire.

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