G-Soy Sauce Pot
You may have figured this out by now, but I’ll say it anyway. I love things. Well-designed things. Things that you see and realize that you can’t live without. The subject of this post is just one of those things. You see, I like to set an attractive table, and the aesthetic is often ruined when I have to haul out all the necessary condiments and plunk them down in the centre of it all. Which is why I love the G-Soy Sauce Pot.
Designed by Masahiro Mori in 1958, this little pot is both beautiful and functional. It looks lovely on the table, or sitting on the counter by the stove, and by closing the hole on the top of the lid with a finger you can control the rate of flow.
Now…what am I going to put the ketchup in?