Mishima Range

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Pitchers-700
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JennieGilbert.SFC5
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JennieGilbert2
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Mishima is the name of the decorating technique used. The origins of which are in Japan and Korea.

“Mishima is the inlaying of a contrasting slip into a pattern that has been impressed, stamped or carved into the clay, and then scraping the surface back flush, leaving the coloured slip in the pattern.”

The range includes Espresso Cups, Latte Mugs, Cups and Saucers, Pitchers, Bowls, Platters and Lamp Bases – all of which are available in various of sizes.

 

Pailing

Introducing a variation on a theme…..

Using the same Mishima technique for the decoration, but on simpler more contemporary forms. There are two simple colourways, Porcelain slip and a blue slip under a transparent glaze. All the pieces are functional and suitable for use in the oven and dishwasher

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