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PLATES

Plates are rewarding to throw. They have a simple form and trimming them takes some time - which makes it quite relaxing. Trimming a plate when it is just the right 'leather hardness' can be compared with finding the last pieces of a puzzle. The strings of hardened clay fly around in long pieces and look like little fragile artworks themselves.

Pasta plate   Pasta plate "Cloud" with two different ash glazes, Nuka and Berlin.  Ø 19cm - €25

Pasta plate

Pasta plate "Cloud" with two different ash glazes, Nuka and Berlin.

Ø 19cm - €25

Dinner plate   Dinner plate with Berlin ash glazes.  Ø 19cm - Sold

Dinner plate

Dinner plate with Berlin ash glazes.

Ø 19cm - Sold

Breakfast bowls   Bowl with mixed in local clay containing iron, covered in white zirconium glaze.  Ø 15cm - €25

Breakfast bowls

Bowl with mixed in local clay containing iron, covered in white zirconium glaze.

Ø 15cm - €25

 
Pasta plate   Stoneware plate with cobalt brushstroke.  Ø 22cm - €25 (available for custom order)

Pasta plate

Stoneware plate with cobalt brushstroke.

Ø 22cm - €25 (available for custom order)

 
Breakfast plate   Small plate with slip decoration and white zirkonium glaze.  Ø 15cm - €15 (two available)

Breakfast plate

Small plate with slip decoration and white zirkonium glaze.

Ø 15cm - €15 (two available)

Pasta plate   Stoneware plate with cobalt brushstroke.  Ø 22cm - €25 (available for custom order)

Pasta plate

Stoneware plate with cobalt brushstroke.

Ø 22cm - €25 (available for custom order)

 
Porcelain cake plate   Small porcelain plate with transparent glaze.  Ø 12cm - Sold

Porcelain cake plate

Small porcelain plate with transparent glaze.

Ø 12cm - Sold

Pasta plate   Stoneware plate with cobalt brushstroke.  Ø 22cm - €25 (available for custom order)

Pasta plate

Stoneware plate with cobalt brushstroke.

Ø 22cm - €25 (available for custom order)

 
In progress   The throwing of dinner plates on wooden bats.

In progress

The throwing of dinner plates on wooden bats.