Posts Tagged: handmade

Lightfoot Jewerly by Erin Lightfoot

Erin Lightfoot is an Australian print and ceramics designer who creates contemporary porcelain jewelry pieces working out of her Brisbane studio. Pattern and color is integral to Erin’s work, building intricate geometric compositions with a carefully considered color palette. Each pieces is

Lightfoot Jewerly by Erin Lightfoot

Erin Lightfoot is an Australian print and ceramics designer who creates contemporary porcelain jewelry pieces working out of her Brisbane studio. Pattern and color is integral to Erin’s work, building intricate geometric compositions with a carefully considered color palette. Each pieces is

At the Studio Vases by Rimma Tchilingarian

At the Studio Vases by Rimma Tchilingarian is a collection of two-part vases made of porcelain that can be interchanged and combined every way imaginable. The project grew out of Tchilingarian’s wish to experiment with the material without restrictions or conventions.

At the Studio Vases by Rimma Tchilingarian

At the Studio Vases by Rimma Tchilingarian is a collection of two-part vases made of porcelain that can be interchanged and combined every way imaginable. The project grew out of Tchilingarian’s wish to experiment with the material without restrictions or conventions.

Moon Bowls by Ilona van den Bergh

Perfect imperfection: Moon Bowls by Belgian designer Ilona van den Bergh are slip cast as perfect half-spheres and reshaped while still in a malleable state to create one-off pieces. Each bowl is hand shaped after being removed from their molds, and

Moon Bowls by Ilona van den Bergh

Perfect imperfection: Moon Bowls by Belgian designer Ilona van den Bergh are slip cast as perfect half-spheres and reshaped while still in a malleable state to create one-off pieces. Each bowl is hand shaped after being removed from their molds, and

Caruma by Eneida Tavares

Caruma by Eneida Tavares is a series of one-of-kind vases and containers combining the traditional craft techniques of Angolan basket weaving and ceramics. The pieces, made from hand-picked pine needles from the forests of Caldas da Rainha – hence the name Caruma, which means pine needle in Portuguese – blend the

Caruma by Eneida Tavares

Caruma by Eneida Tavares is a series of one-of-kind vases and containers combining the traditional craft techniques of Angolan basket weaving and ceramics. The pieces, made from hand-picked pine needles from the forests of Caldas da Rainha – hence the name Caruma, which means pine needle in Portuguese – blend the

Minimalist Ring Holders by Honeycomb Studio

Coveting these simple yet stunning Minimalist Ring Holders from Honeycomb Studio. Handmade from porcelain, each item is covered in smooth, clear glaze and then finished with hand-applied gold leaf. Available in 3 color combinations: white + gold, navy + gold and

Minimalist Ring Holders by Honeycomb Studio

Coveting these simple yet stunning Minimalist Ring Holders from Honeycomb Studio. Handmade from porcelain, each item is covered in smooth, clear glaze and then finished with hand-applied gold leaf. Available in 3 color combinations: white + gold, navy + gold and

Marbled Planter No. 1 by Cody Hoyt

This ceramic planter by Cody Hoyt was made using slabs of clay that have been marbled and features holes on the bottom for drainage and a glazed interior. Handmade in Brooklyn, NY. Available from restored. Cody Hoyt

Marbled Planter No. 1 by Cody Hoyt

This ceramic planter by Cody Hoyt was made using slabs of clay that have been marbled and features holes on the bottom for drainage and a glazed interior. Handmade in Brooklyn, NY. Available from restored. Cody Hoyt

Arizona Stoneware Collection by mpgmb

The Arizona Stoneware Collection by mpgmb is a set of limited edition vases, pots and planters. Each piece is a one-off and was handmade in Montreal, Canada. The collection feature glazed stoneware and unglazed terracotta pieces, with coloured wood fibre panel

Arizona Stoneware Collection by mpgmb

The Arizona Stoneware Collection by mpgmb is a set of limited edition vases, pots and planters. Each piece is a one-off and was handmade in Montreal, Canada. The collection feature glazed stoneware and unglazed terracotta pieces, with coloured wood fibre panel