Hestia Foot Stand

This food stand designed with a krepis Greek sculpture base. The krepis is reminiscent of the sixteenth century foot found in the Gardner Museum's Raphael Room.

The Hestia Collection from DOIY includes beautifully crafted pieces for entertaining and everyday use in the home. The name comes from Hestia, who was the ancient Greek goddess of the home, domesticity and family. Her name literally means the household, house or family, making it the perfect name for this collection of pieces to bring people together. 

1 stand in Hestia box, as pictured
Made of terracota
12.6 inches in diameter, 6.3 inches in height
Freezer, dishwasher, and food safe



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