Here are the items that were shared the week of May 27, 2013. Included were a kitchen utensil, two desk organizers, a lamp, a wall accent, a bowl, and an ashtray.
Tuesday, May 28: Flour sifter in green and transparent plastic. The sifter is marked 1, 2, and 3 cups on both clear containers. The handle has a button that when depressed allows the sifter to be inverted and the flour sifted again. Approximately 9” tall.
Tuesday, May 28: Red plastic desk organizer by Tom Ahlström and Hans Ehrich for Argö. Made in Sweden. The organizer measures 15-1/4” long by 5-1/2” wide by 2-1/4” tall. I posted about this object a while ago. Read more about A&E design and their desk organizer.
Wednesday, May 29: Mushroom lamp with ribbed shade in black and white. Unmarked, but similar to the mushroom lamps made by Gilbert Softlite. 60 watt bulb maximum. The base is 6-1/2” square, the shade measures 10” by 10” by 6”, and the lamp stands 15” tall.
Thursday, May 30: Dark gray plastic desk organizer with 3 tapering cylinders and 3 circular compartments on the base. No maker's marks. Measures 6” in diameter, 8-1/2” height.
Friday, May 31: Modular wall pieces. Made of a thin but sturdy matte white plastic. The set here featured 29 pieces 18” long, 2 pieces 15” long, 4 pieces 13” long, and 4 pieces 12-1/2” long. All pieces 2 3/4" wide.
Saturday, June 1: Last week there was a Vedel bowl posted, here is another. Kristian Vedel (Danish, 1923–2003) designed large red melamine VI-21 bowl. Measures 7-5/8” diameter by approximately 1-15/16” tall. Marked on the base of bowl: T.ØRSKOV / DENMARK / (symbol) / DESIGN / K VEDEL
Sunday, June 2: Orange Spyros ashtray with black ball by Eleonore Peduzzi Riva for Artemide (1969). The ashtray measures 8-1/2” by 8-1/2” square and is 1-1/4” in height, excluding the black ball. With all four "feet" intact. Read more about Eleonore Peduzzi Riva, Artemide, and the Spyros ashtray.