• Plates by #jokeleonare #somethingelse #clayclub
  • Handmade ceramics
  • Creating the look of watercolor on ceramic with alcohol inks.
  • ceramic teacup, by Shino Takeda
  • Cement Ceramics by Studio Twocan. Photo – Elise Wilken, styling – Nat Turnbull for The Design Files.
  • Ceramic bowls & plates with gold rims. By Laura Letinsky.
  • These matte black ceramics echo the curved shapes in the wallpaper and have the beautifully imperfect softness of something handmade.
  • Large ceramic plate Cheese ceramic plate by ArtetManufacture
  • Water colorish things. I don´t know yet whose are these, but I´m going to find out.
  • Suite One Studio plates
  • Burlap Platter - Gold Stripe | KOROMIKO || Modern Design | Handcrafted Goods | Unique Gifts
  • Bailey Doesn't Bark, Handmade Ceramics.
  • LOVE THESE! WHERE CAN YOU GET THEM?!
  • ceramics by suite one studio
  • Inspirations - Lili in Wonderland
  • Love the organic, imperfect shapes from Amaï Saigon Home amaisaigon.com
  • This artist uses the dots along the smooth surface of the piece to create contrasting textures.
  • I would love to make a set of dishes like this. They would be really pretty in a darker salmon color, or in raiku style natural glazes.
  • gold rimmed ceramics - so pretty and I love the colors.
  • As seen in our 2013 gift guide, these “quartz” ceramic bowls from HomArt bring geometric design savvy to your table.| domino.com
  • Vasos de Cerâmica com efeito lindo. E as cores leves combinando entre si? De www.laerkelangballe.dk #ceramic #vase #flores { post by www.mariarossetti.com.br }
  • I think these are done by pinching? Nice and thin and still have a very handmade touch to it
  • Asuka Mew & Anna Miller-Yeaman of Wingnut & Co in their North Melbourne studio. Photo – Eve Wilson for thedesignfiles.net
  • ceramics by frances lambe
  • Sip Cup # 3
  • Functional Landscapes in INDIGO White + Blue Tableware Yasha Butler Ceramics - www.yashabutler.com
  • Ceramics by Dieuwke van der Mark available at Brainy Days
  • Seams: Ceramic Centerpieces by Benjamin Hubert for Bitossi
  • KLEIN&SCHÖN – A new range of handcrafted polymer vessels and accessories by Melbourne maker Genevieve Bryce-Stenzel. Styling – Nat Turnbull, photo – Elise Wilken for thedesignfiles.net