Mr. Kameda's white porcelain is fired in a wood-fired kiln. “I would like to create white porcelain vessels that are generous, plump, hard to break, and that can be used every day. I wanted to express the depth of white by firing in a wood-fired kiln, because of the way the ash hangs in the wood-fired kiln and the difference in expression in front of and behind the fire. ” and talked about the white porcelain series.
Mr. Kameda's beautiful plum jars have a modern elegance that matches both Japanese and Western settings. The generous white porcelain with ash on the shoulders seems to make even the air of the room rounder.
All the products that arrived have the same base shape, but there are slight differences in size/proportion. It is about ±10 to 15 mm.
Diameter: about 2.5cm / trunk diameter: about 12cm / height: about 19.5cm
Born in Namie Town, Fukushima Prefecture in 1975.
Currently making pottery in Beppu City, Oita Prefecture.
*Because it is an artist's work, there are individual differences in color, shape, size, thickness, etc.
*No returns or refunds will be accepted. Please understand this when purchasing.
Daisuke Kameda Works List