Reflection Dinnerware

Reflection Dinnerware

Dinnerware based on a haiku. How cool is that? Against far off snow mountains Two crows are flying. Within this simple haiku by Murakami Kijo, one can see the inspiration behind the life and work of Ikuzi Teraki and Jeanne Bisson, the artists behind Romulus Craft. Renowned for their exquisite handcrafted porcelain pottery, Bisson and Teraki combine their lifelong association with Japanese ceramics with a powerful connection to nature. Whether thrown, slab-built or hand-formed, each piece reflects the artist and a precise attention to detail. The fragile beauty of nature is represented in this marvelous line of dinnerware, with soft colors and asymmetrical shapes melding harmoniously with the hard-edge glazed stripe that makes up the Reflection pattern.

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    Added 6 Years Ago from Materialpossessions
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