Family Belongings
Hulu Pas De Deux Oil & Vinegar Set
Mouth blown glass, Stainless steel, Silicone
In the past, farmers from Northern China used naturally dried HULUs (gourds) to scoop water and wash rice. Tableware and eating utensils were considered essential family belongings that connected everyone to the same table, symbolizing harmony and a sense of home.

In this re-interpretation of the oil and vinegar set, flowing and intersecting lines are cleverly incorporated into the curvatures of the gourd. HULU Pas de Deux portrays a couple caressing forms in dance and implies a link to the Chinese character 囍(Xi), “double happiness”.