Sif and Dagur is a ceramic figurine designed by the Icelandic sculptor Örn Porsteinsson as part of a series inspired by Norse mythology, the Travel Pieces. In ancient Norse tales, Dagur is the personification of the day, a bright and beautiful character who brings daylight to the Earth. In ancient stories, Sif is believed to be the goddess of Earth and to be married to the god of thunder Thor. These are rounded biomorphic shape and colors are reminiscent of the spectacular Icelandic landscape, making it a charming and aesthetically pleasing statement piece. The figurine is handmade in the ceramics studio Cores da Terra in Brazil and is available in five natural colors: café, musgo, marsala, white and graphite. Slight differences in size and color may occur as a natural result of the artisanal manufacturing method.