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Kihara - Komon  古来より伝わる日本独自の伝統紋様をモダンにアレンジしたシリーズです。 モチーフにした紋様はそれぞれに意味が込められており 長い間、人々が幸せを願い育ててきた紋様です。  It is the series that has a modern twist to traditional Pattern of Japan's unique to come from ancient times. Long, Pattern is that people have been brought up hope Pattern happy with the motif has been put meaning to each.

Set includes 5 different-pattern pieces of round sauce dishes inspired by classic Japanese patterns. The five individual dishes are decorated with auspicious pattern based on bold ideas of Japanese.

Objet de convoitise : la céramique, une tendance addictive

Objet de convoitise : la céramique, une tendance addictive

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Want!  zakka collection [雑貨コレクション]|Felissimo Japan

Clever way to show a collection of plates, without actually putting them on a wall. I love the camera angle and pattern in which they're put down. Backdrop very interesting texture against the porcelain.

Moroccan crockery

In the Marrakech souks, you can find these brightly painted large plates for sale.Mandala ideas for painting

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Studio Arhoj_ceramic glazed bowls_Remodelista_current_obsessions - Home Decoration - Interior Design Ideas

My actions are MY ONLY TRUE BELONGINGS. I cannot escape the consequences of my actions. My actions ARE THE GROUND ON WHICH I STAND ~Buddha

Pot Bleuの器:ボウル&プレート Love the classic lines and the rich colour.

NO MORE PINS ALLOWED OR IT WILL BREAK!!!!    Japanese ceramics artist Tomaru Atsuko creates white objects made out of a mix of ceramic and porcelain that recall snail shells, half-opened roses and folded handkerchiefs.

Serving plate/bowl NO MORE PINS ALLOWED OR IT WILL BREAK! Japanese ceramics artist Tomaru Atsuko creates white objects made out of a mix of ceramic and porcelain that recall snail shells, half-opened roses and folded handkerchiefs.

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