By Lucy McMillan
Hand built and inlaid with blend of stoneware and raku clays using an agateware process.
Matt glazed top is softly luscious and unglazed bottom feels like a sablé.
Each individual layer has its own motifs, composed and collaged in a unique way, you’ll find it pleasantly unacquainted.
This picturesque harmony comes from the artistic training of the potter, although the piece is made to be used in everyday life.
The rim of the lunch plates is slightly raised above the dinner plates so you can serve pasta and salads.
Handle with care as your precious in the cupboard. They age and adapt to your methods.
Avoid soaking in the water for a long time or putting it in the dishwasher.
Crafted in Aotearoa.