Stoneware soup plate handmade by Eva Kengen in her Belgian workshop.
It was in Japan, during a long trip, that Eva Kengen discovered turning, a central technique in her work as a ceramist. Clay allows him to explore the complementarity of opposites, to find a tenuous balance between textures, shapes and colors, while preserving the essential functionality of the object. The result is a universe where clean, intentionally imperfect lines meet a palette of natural tones. His stoneware pieces are made on a potter's wheel and enamelled by hand, in his workshop in the heart of the Belgian Ardennes.
MATERIALS : Dark gray pyrite sandstone
TECHNIQUE : Potter's wheel, fired at high temperature.
ENAMEL : Matt dark green
COLOUR : Dark green
DIMENSIONS : Ø 21cm, height approximately 5.5cm
USES AND MAINTENANCE:
Microwave: Yes but not too strong
Dishwasher: Hand wash recommended
Avoid bringing in greasy things with the unglazed outer surface.
NOTE: Like any handcrafted product, these pieces may have slight variations in shape, color and thickness.