A stunning large presentation bowl using the Mishima technique, which gives its engravings iridescent hues of blue. Mishima is a technique of embedding slip, underglaze or even contrasting clay in the clay main body of the pottery piece. This technique creates an extremely fine and complex design work with hard, pointed edges that are difficult to reproduce reliably in any other way.
What we know as Mishima was created for the first time in Korea during the Koryo period (935-1392) and was later developed for Korean celadons of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries.
Each presentation bowl is unique. The images give a good idea of the one you’ll receive. The making of these bowls makes them all unique. This is why color, gradients, motives and format can vary from one to another. See it as the pledge of a work done by hand.
Quebec Region : Handmade in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.
Material & Colour : Engraved and glazed stoneware.
Dimensions : Approx. Diameter: 12 " - 30 cm. Height: 3.25 " - 8 cm.
It is the relationship between man and matter that is at the heart of Ariane Boudreault-Lambert's practice. She seeks to create pieces that we want to adopt as soon as we see them. Pieces that will enrich every moment of everyday life. Parts that from the first look will have carved a place in the palm of our hand or our home.
Dishwasher and microwave safe.
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