Japanese Blue Dishes

Japanese blue dishes and bowls. I love the non-matching patterns and shapes, but the colours keep them all in the same style as each other.

Modern Edo kiriko glassware by Toru Horiguchi, Japan (Edo Kiriko is a Japanese traditional glassware and its origin dates back to 1834 in the Edo period, used emery powder to produce glassware engraved with patterns) 江戸切子

Modern Edo kiriko glassware by Toru Horiguchi, Japan (Edo Kiriko is a Japanese traditional glassware and its origin dates back to 1834 in the Edo period, used emery powder to produce glassware engraved with patterns) 江戸切子

陶片を箸置きとしてよみがえらせる。日本人陶芸家の「金継ぎ」がNYへ | TABI LABO

陶片を箸置きとしてよみがえらせる。日本人陶芸家の「金継ぎ」がNYへ

tomomi kamoshita Broken Ceramics Washed Up Onto the Shore, Turned Into Chopstick Rests Using Kintsugi

はなのうつわ/食器陶器益子焼通販・直売・卸のお店 生活陶器「on the table」

はなのうつわ/食器陶器益子焼通販・直売・卸のお店 生活陶器「on the table」

white/turquoise mandala design

Blue and white plates being used as wall decor by Jenny Wolf Interiors. I adore these plates!

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