Pebble Teapot

by Atsushi Kitahara

£180.00

The 'Pebble' teapot handmade by Japanese ceramic artist Atsushi Kitahara. This piece consists of a sleek shape cast by hand in a beautiful white porcelain. The exterior of this teapot can be chosen either glazed or with the exterior matte (interior only glazed).

After casting the form thinly using porcelain, each component, including the lid, handle and spout, are all connected separately. Once fired in the kiln the pure whiteness shine through and make each teapot unique. A contemporary but functional form that's sure to look stunning in any interior space.

Please note: These pieces are handmade and feature small markings from the making process. Each one is totally unique. Shipped from the maker's studio in Germany. If out of stock approximate lead time is 4-8 weeks.

Approx Measurements: 15cm width x 10.8cm diameter x 8.2cm in Height. Porcelain. Unglazed exterior. Glazed interior. Handmade in Germany.
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Based in Germany, Atsushi Kitahara is a Japanese ceramic artist who designs and casts all of his work by hand. His style is characterised by these forms that tend to mix simplicity with experimentation.

The different scenarios he sees in everyday life lead to some unusual designs that challenge many of the traditional ideas deep rooted in the ceramic industry. One thing that's consistent though is Atsushi's consideration for function and his careful approach when it comes to setting the desired shape.

Through the use of Kitahara's objects we are able to not only enjoy the process of dining or drinking, but also enjoy those things that we use on a daily basis. Bringing light to those so called ‘forgotten' objects that sit quietly in open space.