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  • Manufacturer: FORMAFORM
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  • Gross price: $55.00 $44.72

Basic data:

Dimensions approx. +/- 1,0mm

Thickness: 9.5 mm

Width: 33.5 mm

Height: 34.5 mm

Weight before machining: 60g

#WORRISTONE is a polished (though not always smooth) piece of copper or brass with a thumb-sized notch. The texture of the "stone" is in many cases random. Application not so obvious... With the stone in your hand, gently move your thumb over the space provided, helping to reduce stress and allowing you to occupy your hands in situations that call for it.


My name is Paweł and I live in Poznań. I have always been fascinated with constructing, designing and creating various (needed or less needed) things, so I am glad that I can both professionally and as a hobby fulfill my youthful fascinations, at work: as a creative constructor and for two years now as a hobby: FORMA/FORM, creating objects from copper and brass. This second activity gives me a strong sense of fulfillment (because I can!). I dream that in a few years' time passion will turn into a main professional activity, as a designer and a manufacturer of classic "things to have".

My main interest is the form, simple but with a hidden "taste". The first two batches of product were hand-made from scratch. Nowadays, after cutting with water, I try to finish the raw shapes individually so that each item is unique. Patina for openers and stones "to have" I choose randomly, and their quantity I assume in advance for a given month and possibly alter them afterwards.

I try to make every opener or object that I create meet the aesthetic and functional requirements. My products undergo a strict evaluation and I make sure that they fit the convection, thanks to which they acquire a unique character, and at the same time are fully usable for the possibilities of their FORMS and materials used.

Instagram: @formaform

Attention, please:

As a result of the patination process, the colour of copper and brass changes over time.