Ogata Kenzan (Japanese, 1663-1743). Mukozuke (Sweetmeat dish). 18th century. Edo period. Rimpa School. Stoneware … | Ceramics pottery art, Ceramic pottery, Ceramics
Apr 21, 2018 - Ogata Kenzan (Japanese, 1663-1743). Mukozuke (Sweetmeat dish). 18th century. Edo period. Rimpa School. Stoneware with enamel background and paper-resist blossoms with enamel centers. Brooklyn Museum.
56 creative DIY tableware ideas - Page 26 of 56 - SooPush
Whether it is a simple breakfast or a sumptuous dinner, you can deeply feel the love of life. However, these exquisite food photos are not only the merits of the food itself, but also the high-value tableware. Although the tableware is just a simple container, different tableware carries different kinds of good things, carrying the meaning behind the food. The same dishes are placed in different tableware, which not only tastes different, but also makes people feel different when dining.
A Visit to Robynn Storgaard's Charming CPH Ceramics Studio — RG Daily
Robynn Storgaard is a Copenhagen based maker and creative working in the world of ceramics. If you’ve spent any amount of time feeding your interior...