Made in the United States.

Only at MARCH

Born in Sao Paulo, Brazil and raised in Los Angeles, Silvia Song is a Bay Area artist and designer devoted to discovering forms in function and beauty through simplicity. Her aesthetic is matched with a steady hand, turning chosen timbers into timeless creations.

These platters are made in collaboration with natural dye expert Kristine Vejar where hand-turned maple bowls are dyed in the traditional method of Japanese indigo. The indigo plant used in the dyeing process was grown and composted in California. Composted indigo, called sukumo, combined with handmade lye water, is fermented for 30 days bringing to life the active cultures needed to activate the blue dye.

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