Description

Temal bowls by Iwatemo are designed by Kazuyoshi Osawa, a Japanese ceramic artist. They can, for example, be used for serving desserts, sweets or nuts.

The bowls are made by hand on the potter’s wheel. The material, soft white clay, comes from Kyusyu island located in southern Japan, and natural wood ash is used as glaze according to centuries-old Japanese production methods. Iwatemo porcelain dishes are fired 1.5 times longer than usual in order to increase their durability.

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KO Temal bowl, M

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Material
Ceramics
Colour
Magnolia
Height
5 cm
Diameter
13 cm
Care instructions
Dishwasher and microwave safe

Kazuyoshi Osawa is a Japanese ceramic craftsman who works at the Tourai porcelain studio located in the Iwate prefecture in Japan. Owasa has designed products for the brand Iwatemo, establishes as a result of collaboration between Finnish designers and Japanese craftsmen.

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