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Чашки с разными ручками японского керамиста Ryota Aoki.

Чашки с разными ручками японского керамиста Ryota Aoki.

Line Cup Kijama Tomoe Kyoto City Born in Kyoto City Bronze Art Crafts High School Graduated from Ceramics Major Kurashiki University of the Arts graduated from Ceramic Art University (7.4 × H 5.7)

Line Cup Kijama Tomoe Kyoto City Born in Kyoto City Bronze Art Crafts High School Graduated from Ceramics Major Kurashiki University of the Arts graduated from Ceramic Art University (7.4 × H 5.7)

Thin vases by Dutch artist Lenneke Wispelwey.

Thin vases by Dutch artist Lenneke Wispelwey.

Keith Varney

Keith Varney

ban di lee

ban di lee

Use these small dishes for whatever you please. Excellent for serving garnishes, keeping jewelry, as a dish to burn incense on, and more. Sold individually. Mishima dish approximately 3.5" across. Sev

Use these small dishes for whatever you please. Excellent for serving garnishes, keeping jewelry, as a dish to burn incense on, and more. Sold individually. Mishima dish approximately 3.5" across. Sev

A hand-sculpted porcelain dish with carved graphic eye motifs perfect for displaying your favorite treasures. Each handmade piece is unique, sculpted shapes and carvings are individual to each piece.

A hand-sculpted porcelain dish with carved graphic eye motifs perfect for displaying your favorite treasures. Each handmade piece is unique, sculpted shapes and carvings are individual to each piece.

Ceramics by Paige Jarman // New Zealand - available online at mekka.co.nz // as featured on Studio Home - creative talent from the lands down under

Ceramics by Paige Jarman // New Zealand - available online at mekka.co.nz // as featured on Studio Home - creative talent from the lands down under

Dogwood Tray - an example of the beautiful long-time North Carolina Pottery tradition ... Bluegill Pottery created this stoneware pottery | from Our State Magazine

Dogwood Tray - an example of the beautiful long-time North Carolina Pottery tradition ... Bluegill Pottery created this stoneware pottery | from Our State Magazine

Working on sgraffito technique by @Audra Harris Doughty

Working on sgraffito technique by @Audra Harris Doughty