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This eight-part breakfast set is based on the movement of planets in the galaxy. The bowl, the beaker, the jam pot, the honey pot, the champagne glass, the coffee cup and the egg cup revolve on their round foot. Nedda El-Asmar looks for non-traditional forms of what she sees as more practical tableware.