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Tea Bowl

Enhance your tea drinking ritual with a unique tea bowl. Discover top designs that will elevate your tea experience and bring a touch of elegance to your tea time.
Ceramics Ideas Pottery, Ceramics Projects, Clay Ceramics, Ceramic Clay, Ceramic Bowls, Handmade Ceramics, Pottery Tools, Pottery Ideas, Pottery Wheel Diy

Bowls hold secret powers. They are the perfect shape. They are functional, simple, yet they can hold so much meaning for us. When I was slinging clay around in college, I felt the need to prove something to myself by focusing on making giant clay sculptures. They were funny. And heavy. On the side I […] More

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Steffenie Jones
Pottery Handbuilding, Ceramics Ideas Pottery, Ceramics Projects, Pottery Plates, Clay Ceramics, Ceramic Clay, Ceramics Bowls Designs, Bowl Designs, Pottery Crafts

Shirahana Chawan (Tea Bowl) Hitoshi Morimoto’s unglazed Shirahana series is made using the same clay from local rice paddies used to produce the Bizen ware that is the dominant style of the region in Okayama where he lives and works. To achieve a neutral tone he fires the works in a kerosene kiln rather than the wood fired noborigama used to fire his bizen work. Each bowl comes with a signed kiri wood box (Tomobako) for storage. Hitoshi Morimoto was born into a kiln owning family in…

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Helen Rodionova
Japanese Ceramics, Japanese Pottery, Modern Ceramics, Ceramic Shop, Ceramic Plates, Ceramic Art, Pottery Bowls, Ceramic Pottery, Thrown Pottery

Ceramicists know how to deal with heartbreak — these are artists, after all, who make something they love and then willingly throw it into a fire. So while the I’m Revolting Ceramics Shop that I've curated for Sight Unseen OFFSITE — opening at noon this Friday at 200 Lafayette in Soho — is in many ways a survey of talented young people working today in clay, it’s also a small tribute to the beauty in unpredictability and letting go. Unlike painting or weaving or most other mediums, potters…

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Angélique
Ceramics Pottery Bowls, Pottery Cups, Ceramic Tableware, Clay Ceramics, Ceramic Clay, Ceramic Bowls, Ceramic Pottery, Handmade Ceramics, Ceramics Bowls Designs

Shirahana Chawan (Tea Bowl) Hitoshi Morimoto’s unglazed Shirahana series is made using the same clay from local rice paddies used to produce the Bizen ware that is the dominant style of the region in Okayama where he lives and works. To achieve a neutral tone he fires the works in a kerosene kiln rather than the wood fired noborigama used to fire his bizen work. Each bowl comes with a signed kiri wood box (Tomobako) for storage. Hitoshi Morimoto was born into a kiln owning family in…

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Emily Meeks

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