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    Larisa Daiga Interactive ModularSet.

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    • Jason Burnell

      Ceramist by Larisa Daiga's "Interactive Modular Set" The matte ceramic finish on the outside lets you use chalk to mark and customize the outside of your dishes....GREAT design and idea

    • Jane Nearing

      Larisa Daiga. Made of an earthenware clay body, the outside surface is sprayed with a coloured ceramic slip that provides a smooth matte finish. This also allows the individual to write or draw on the outside of the dish with chalk, each piece providing a blank canvas of creativity and customisation. It is up to the individual to decide what they want to create. Then erase, reconfigure, and start again.

    • Zontee Hou

      Modular ceramic dishes that can also be written on with chalk! Clever!

    • Sherrinford H.

      Interactive modular set by Larisa Daiga at

    • Jacob

      Interactive modular tableware by Larisa Daiga

    • Eugene Kan

      Larisa Daiga Interactive ModularSet.

    • Brian

      Matte Finish to allow chalk writing

    • Tiziana Tosoni

      Interactive modular tableware

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