In this edition of the Stoneage Blog we are excited to share with you a selection of our recently created ceramic dinnerware and bakeware designs, as presented to (and loved by) customers that visited our Hong Kong Showroom last October.
Taking inspiration from batik textiles and ethnic tribal prints, Inti is a mix and match dinnerware and serveware range with an earthy and tactile look and feel. Stark white pattern is masked out against watery brushed colour, the neutral monotone palette ensures that the bold pattern isn’t too heavy and maintains a laid back, casual feel.
In keeping with the strong trend of artisan-made pottery looks, Salt is a rustic and beautiful range of stoneware dinnerware pieces. The irregular shapes are designed to look hand-thrown and individual and are covered in a milky, dimpled reactive glaze.
A splash of feminine colour, a spray of flowers and a spot of precious gold, Paintbox was designed for ladies (and gentlemen) who brunch. This collection of mix and match bowls, plates and cups was designed to be fun, fresh and bright, as a mid morning pick-me-up to help you face the rest of your day!
Inspired by traditional Japanese ceramics, Kuro is a dark and moody range of utilitarian ceramic dinnerware, oven-to-table ware and serving pieces – everything you need for impressive entertaining or a simple night at home.
The organic profiles and charcoal reactive glaze makes this range more akin to slate than ceramic and right on trend, looking perfectly at home in the modern kitchen.
Origins is a practical dinnerware range perfect for casual everyday use, decorated simply with a debossed design and accentuated with watery translucent glazes. Soft calming colours were chosen for the range with the ability to mix and match together or as a matching set, Origins dinnerware looks good against a modern or traditionally decorated table setting.
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