Category: ceramics


One-off is a series of individual hand thrown porcelain objects. The shapes and the sizes arise on the wheel and each object started with 50,100,200,400 or 800 grams of pure white porcelain. The transparent glaze on the inside highlights the specific quality of the material. Although there are similarities in form, each object is unique. The workmanship of this method of creating…

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Japanese for imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete. This hand thrown small tea bowl has despite it’s imperfection a great shape and feeling it’s not part of the one-offs in white project but could be a series by itself.