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  • Join Design ceramics
  • The Waist Bowl is a simple reimagination of the bowl we use for soups to cereals. If you’ve ever tried carrying a bowl, you know it’s rather large for one hand and often requires two hands to carry. Waist Bowl’s solution is simple, elegant, and makes you question the design of the bowl you’ve been using all your life. It comes with a hip or a waist that allows you to simply grip the bowl with a single hand, while also letting you flip bowls over rather easily.
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  • Justine Allison Ceramics
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  • studio joo porcelain dish
  • glaze the little cups like this
  • sold as a set of 2. each tumbler has it's own unique markings, and shapes vary slightly. approx 3.5
  • serving plate
  • (via Beautiful Japanese Style)
  • ALIA BILGRAMI Natural elegance [Lucie Rie]
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  • ~ ZINN ~ Takeshi Omura Exhibition Day 6: Notes vessel
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  • I love the crackling effect on this #celadon piece by Imaizumi Takeshi at the Keiko Gallery. #Japanese #ceramics
  • 山本忠正展 ~伊賀今昔~ 5日目 : うつわノート
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  • Thomas Bohle | Sarah Myerscough Gallery
  • 鼠志野マグカップ 作家「林健人」
  • elephant ceramics
  • Bailey Doesn't Bark, Handmade Ceramics.
  • Junyao shallow dish with blue glaze, 2nd half of the 11th century – 12th century, Song Dynasty (AD 960 – 1279)
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  • Broste Copenhagen Ceramics | Styling & Co.
  • Analogue Life | Japanese Design & Artisan made Housewares
  • 「土と共に生きる」 陶芸家町村勝己のブログ - Atelier Katsumi
  • Sue Paraskeva Tableware Collection Creamer
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