Cagnotte is a money box whose shape is modelled on that of an acorn. Coins are inserted through the slit on the underside. The wooden shell closes the opening and gives the acorn a stable stand.
Saving doesn't mean sacrifice; it's a challenge to ration available resources in a sensible way. To get to the savings, the acorn must be smashed, but only the saver can decide when the time is right.
Stoneware Ceramic, Pear Wood
Size in mm 130x150 (dxl)
Postfossil, Stephan Wespi
Produced in Switzerland