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Khepri & Loricato by Elena Salmistraro for Bosa

Khepri & Loricato by Elena Salmistraro for Bosa are vessels in the shape of animals that have been awarded a sacred status by different cultures in different ages. Both made from ceramic and decorated with a mix of glossy and matte glazes

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Khepri & Loricato by Elena Salmistraro for Bosa

Khepri & Loricato by Elena Salmistraro for Bosa are vessels in the shape of animals that have been awarded a sacred status by different cultures in different ages. Both made from ceramic and decorated with a mix of glossy and matte glazes

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Bubblegraphy by Studio Oddness

Studio Oddness is a recently established collaboration between designers Thomas van der Sman and Adrianus Kundert. In their first project, Bubblegraphy, they explore the theme of randomness and it’s place in modern manufacturing processes. In Bubblegraphy, foaming soap glaze creates

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Bubblegraphy by Studio Oddness

Studio Oddness is a recently established collaboration between designers Thomas van der Sman and Adrianus Kundert. In their first project, Bubblegraphy, they explore the theme of randomness and it’s place in modern manufacturing processes. In Bubblegraphy, foaming soap glaze creates

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SpongeOh! by Pott

SpongeOh! is the latest ceramic light collection by Spanish design studio Pott. Handcrafted in Totana in Southern Spain, the pendants are the marriage of smooth and porous clay surfaces in two distinctive shapes. The small holes of the porous strip allow the light to

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SpongeOh! by Pott

SpongeOh! is the latest ceramic light collection by Spanish design studio Pott. Handcrafted in Totana in Southern Spain, the pendants are the marriage of smooth and porous clay surfaces in two distinctive shapes. The small holes of the porous strip allow the light to

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Espresso Cup by Nathalie Lahdenmäki for Lokal Helsinki

Porcelain espresso cups in Nude and Mist from Lokal Helsinki handmade by ceramic artist Nathalie Lahdenmäki with glazing on the inside and a pastel matte glaze on the outside. Available for purchase at Lokal Helsinki’s website. Lokal Helsinki Natalie Lahdenmäki via notcot

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Espresso Cup by Nathalie Lahdenmäki for Lokal Helsinki

Porcelain espresso cups in Nude and Mist from Lokal Helsinki handmade by ceramic artist Nathalie Lahdenmäki with glazing on the inside and a pastel matte glaze on the outside. Available for purchase at Lokal Helsinki’s website. Lokal Helsinki Natalie Lahdenmäki via notcot

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Carnivora Planters by Tim van de Weerd

Carnivora Planters by Dutch designer Tim van de Weerd are playful pots with small legs that seem to wander off with their contents. All members of the Carnivora family are unique. The legs are attached manually to the porcelain pots

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Carnivora Planters by Tim van de Weerd

Carnivora Planters by Dutch designer Tim van de Weerd are playful pots with small legs that seem to wander off with their contents. All members of the Carnivora family are unique. The legs are attached manually to the porcelain pots

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Mino-yaki for Miyama by Nendo

Mino-yaki is a type of pottery and porcelain with more than 1300 years of history, traditionally produced in the Tono region of Gifu Prefecture in Japan. In Mino-yaki, Nendo combines ‘mino-yaki’ pieces with ‘kintsugi’, the art of repairing broken ceramic pieces with

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Mino-yaki for Miyama by Nendo

Mino-yaki is a type of pottery and porcelain with more than 1300 years of history, traditionally produced in the Tono region of Gifu Prefecture in Japan. In Mino-yaki, Nendo combines ‘mino-yaki’ pieces with ‘kintsugi’, the art of repairing broken ceramic pieces with

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PINCH by Bradley L. Bowers

PINCH by Bradley L. Bowers is a drinkware set exploring the idea of gestures and inspired by ancient clay oil lamps. Then gestures of lifting a saucer and pinching a cup take shape in the curved forms of the cup and saucer.

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PINCH by Bradley L. Bowers

PINCH by Bradley L. Bowers is a drinkware set exploring the idea of gestures and inspired by ancient clay oil lamps. Then gestures of lifting a saucer and pinching a cup take shape in the curved forms of the cup and saucer.