Ceramic teapot in creamy, textural white by Kanagawa based artisan Takashi Endo. His work is characterized by its thinness, its lightweight rigid forms, rough textures and monochromatic tones. Dimensions: 3" x 4.5" body (not including spout or handle) Volume: 400ml Not dishwasher safe. Cup sold separately.
Wabi Sabi may be seen in pottery where the pieces appear rustic and simple-looking, such as Japanese Hagi pottery with shapes that are not quite symmetrical, and colors or textures that appear to emphasize an unrefined or simple style. LOVE.
After my studio reveal this week, I had a lot of folks ask about my ceramics collections. I’ve collected mine over the course of about a decade, but that doesn’t mean cute and quirky ceramic vessels are hard to find…I did a quick little round-up for you of how to get look of …
‘Developing our Flip Flop Slip range of ceramic tableware has been a fantastic project, as it has been the catalyst for further collaborative projects and publication opportunities’ says Sarah. ‘It has been really satisfying to see the pieces being used. They look beautiful with food and have photographed so well for styling – something we had not really considered in our practice previously. It has been a very rewarding body of work for us both as individuals and as a studio’.