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Be it bowls, vases or art, ceramics are in trend for 2015. Japanese Ceramics by barefootstyling #Ceramics

Be it bowls, vases or art, ceramics are in trend for 2015. Japanese Ceramics by barefootstyling #Ceramics

Japanese Ceramic Art by jun kaneko (Japanese)

Japanese Ceramic Art by jun kaneko (Japanese)

Japanese ceramics on Angry Pixie's blog. angrypixie.co

Japanese ceramics on Angry Pixie's blog. angrypixie.co

black Japanese ceramics

black Japanese ceramics

Wabi-Sabi is the Japanese art of finding beauty in imperfection, profundity in earthiness; it is concerned with the revering of authenticity above all else. It speaks of the beauty found in minimally processed, natural elements. In a world full of social constructs, imposed ideals, cultural & religious expectations, & impossibly sterile standards of beauty & behaviour, imperfection can be hard to accept let alone appreciate. These plates are designed to ignore all pre-defined ideas of the…

Wabi-Sabi is the Japanese art of finding beauty in imperfection, profundity in earthiness; it is concerned with the revering of authenticity above all else. It speaks of the beauty found in minimally processed, natural elements. In a world full of social constructs, imposed ideals, cultural & religious expectations, & impossibly sterile standards of beauty & behaviour, imperfection can be hard to accept let alone appreciate. These plates are designed to ignore all pre-defined ideas of the…

Nambu Ironware by Nobuho Miya | Analogue Life

Nambu Ironware by Nobuho Miya | Analogue Life

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Ceramics by shinobu hashimoto, via the 189.com

Ceramics by shinobu hashimoto, via the 189.com

Cup by Japanese ceramic artist Takeshi Omura (b.1977). via Analogue Life

Cup by Japanese ceramic artist Takeshi Omura (b.1977). via Analogue Life

White, Japanese ceramic teapot with pouring spout and teak handle. The handle has been hand carved and shaped for easy pouring. Teak is a relatively water-resis

Teapot - White - Katsufumi Baba

White, Japanese ceramic teapot with pouring spout and teak handle. The handle has been hand carved and shaped for easy pouring. Teak is a relatively water-resis

Your Home is Lovely: interiors on a budget: Object of the Day: Japanese Kihara Komon porcelain

Your Home is Lovely: interiors on a budget: Object of the Day: Japanese Kihara Komon porcelain

Jurgen Lehl's rocks                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Jurgen Lehl's rocks

Jurgen Lehl's rocks More

Tea bowl with design of pampas grass, by Ogata Kenzan (1663–1743) - The Kenzan Style in Japanese Ceramics

Tea bowl with design of pampas grass, by Ogata Kenzan (1663–1743) - The Kenzan Style in Japanese Ceramics

Analogue Life Online Shop | Japanese Designed & Artisan Made Housewares

Analogue Life Online Shop | Japanese Designed & Artisan Made Housewares

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