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wandering with baisao
A charming, hand-built tea bowl, with the design of a pine on the inside, and a poem on the outside brushed by the female artist Rengetsu: This being New Year’s Day to the fields my heart is drawn...
Our Makers | Luxury British Craft I The New Craftsmen
Akiko Hirai creates practical ceramic ware using the Japanese tradition of allowing the clay to show how it wants to be fired itself. Shop the range here.
Momoyama Period Ewer for Tea Ceremony
7. Japan, Momoyama period (1568–1615), early 17th century. Ewer for Use in Tea Ceremony, Shino-Oribe ware with iron decoration. This beautiful ewer was made as a wine server for the "kaiseki," or the meal that precedes the tea ceremony. With its bold contour and charmingly painted floral and textile patterns, it is one of the most attractive and rare examples of a type of ware known as Shino-Oribe. The body of refined clay is covered with a white feldspathic glaze that fired a purplish pink…
Torafuku restaurant features large communal concrete table
Canadian architecture studio Scott & Scott has designed the interior for a pan-Asian restaurant in Vancouver, using materials that will “wear-in with use”