Sip the Surreal: Jonathan Adler's Latest Kitchenware Evokes Dalí and His Bride Gala

Sip the Surreal: Jonathan Adler's Latest Kitchenware Evokes Dalí and His Bride Gala
The Muse tea set
(Courtesy Jonathan Adler)

Dora Maar. Kiki de Montparnasse. Edie Sedgwick. These women were muses to some of history's most brilliant minds. They're so great, in fact, they’ve been immortalized as kitsch kitchenware by Jonathan Adler. The houseware purveyor who brought us the “happy chic” aesthetic has captured their likeness (sometimes their faces, sometimes their nether regions) as bas reliefs on his Muse collection of delightful ceramics. For the spring/summer line, the latest additions to the collection feature that familiar Dalí mustache and Gala’s luscious lips. It’s a little biomorphic, high gloss, white porcelain tea set family complete with pot, creamer, and mug that invites you to “sip the surreal.” 

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