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Japanese ceramics

Enhance your home decor with beautiful Japanese ceramics. Explore a wide range of unique and handcrafted pottery pieces that will add elegance and style to your living space.
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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
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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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“I first touched clay at age 40 and knew immediately that I had been a potter all along. I love to make pots! For me, the joy and the challenge comes from making things that will become an intimate part of the daily lives of others – pots that will be held, eaten from, poured from, sipped or even licked from. For me the making of pots is a way to celebrate the mundane rituals of daily life and to make them holy.”

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Andrea