Sisters Ceramics / Ceramics / Bowl / Eating

$ 40.00

Incredibly, Koko did the "Matching" challenge: make something that matches. Koko said, I can and I do. But Koko, why is one bowl Tenmoku? No answer.

“People like sets. In fact my sisters and I are a set, but at the same time not at all a set. I personally have also tried to make a set of pottery. I find this very difficult. Even when I really try, it doesn't feel like a set. Right now I'm working on "yo-yo" bowls. They look okay in the photo, but trust me, they don't really match. By the way, ‘yo-yo’ is how I figure out how much clay to use. Throwing off the hump, these bowls took two yo-yo's worth of clay.” ~Koko⁠
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"We use the cups and bowls at the desk while working, studying, and also while walking around and thinking!" ~ Massa

We love the dialogue between the Ceramic Sisters. Create your own with their pottery stories.

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Wheel thrown small ceramic eating bowl suitable for a dish of pasta, ice cream, yogurt, cup of soup, or a very large grapefruit. Listing is for 1 single bowl. Glaze technique inspired by mid-century modern styling in the likeness of Robert Maxwell. This is a handmade item with slight variances in shape, height and glaze finish. Items shipped may not match photos exactly.
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