Green Marble Tableware Collection By Tom Dixon

Green marble is the main feature of artist Tom Dixon’s latest work.

Tom Dixon has created a collection of candle holders and serving plates. All are crafted from Rainforest green marble sourced from India, called ‘Rock’. The marble has a deep green base with stretching and sprawling brown veins.

Tom Dixon's trips to India inspire a collection of green marble tableware

The studio describes the items as “a collection of interactive, playful and stackable sculptures, which act as architecture for your dining table.”

It includes two different sizes of stackable candleholders, three different shaped chopping boards and platters with grooved surfaces.

Tom Dixon's trips to India inspire a collection of green marble tableware

Dixon’s many trips to India inspired the work. It was where he observed the hand lathe workers of Rajasthan and Agra.

Marble is a natural stone, so each piece is totally unique. Because of the stones uniqueness, the pattern and texture of each piece in Dixon’s work is entirely one off.

Tom Dixon's trips to India inspire a collection of green marble tableware

Dixon has worked with Rainforest Green marble on numerous occasions in the past with the studio describing his relationship with the material as a “love affair”.

A bit more on Rainforest Marble

Rainforest Green marble comes in other grades and colours, Rainforest Brown and Rainforest Multi.  Because we love this marble so much, we have decided to stock the full range. This stone is perfect for benchtops, fire surrounds, bathrooms, reception or office fit-outs and more! You can shop Rainforest here. You can also check out our post about other hard marbles from India, and how they perform closer to a granite.

Slab of Brown and Green marble at VSG

Rainforest Brown Slab at Victoria Stone Gallery