Thursday, August 30, 2018

5 Graphic Japanese Designs for Your Table

https://shop.artic.edu/browse.aspx?view=Exhibition&q=178#!/products


Uniting a timeless tradition with the sleek simplicity of modern design, our new Japanese ceramic serveware bridges the divide between art and craft.

Japan has one of the oldest ceramic traditions in the world, dating back to 10,000-300 BCE. The popularity of the medium has endured there in large part due to the vessels' use in the perpetually popular tea ceremony ritual.

By marrying mesmerizing motifs and hypotic lines, our collection takes traditional stoneware into new territory. We've assembled a gorgeous assortment of versatile and stylish ceramic accessories to help refresh your tabletop for fall.

Scroll below to artfully adorn your decor and satisfy all your sushi, sake, and (ramen) slurping needs!
https://shop.artic.edu/item.aspx?productId=7923
https://shop.artic.edu/item.aspx?productId=7924
https://shop.artic.edu/item.aspx?productId=7925
https://shop.artic.edu/item.aspx?productId=7926 


https://shop.artic.edu/item.aspx?productId=7227




http://www.artinstituteshop.org/item.aspx?productId=7684

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