This pair of chopsticks is a one of a kind work of art. They are polymer clay on hollow stainless steel chopsticks. There are ridges in the tips which make them not as slippery to use.
None of the details are painted. They are created in a technique called 'millefiori' with polymer clay. The patterns are made by wrapping different colours of clay together into rolls called 'canes'. The image is revealed when the canes are sliced with a sharp blade.
The artist's logo 'cane slice' is on top of each chopstick.
Chopsticks care : Not dishwasher safe, please handwash.
Length: 8 ½”
Wanda Shum is a B.C. grown artist who was formally trained in Electronic Communication Design at the Emily Carr College of Art and Design; she's been an independent artist for over 18 years with a variety of works to her name. All her work has embodied an attention to detail in form and function. Wanda's works are recognized for their bright and whimsical qualities.