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This series of ceramics was recently featured in the Designing Home:Jews in Mid-Century Modernism at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco. The covered casserole with matte black exterior and white lid/interior is particularly striking.  Designer is Earnest Sohn from the 1960's  | MODish.net

This series of ceramics was recently featured in the Designing Home:Jews in Mid-Century Modernism at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco. The covered casserole with matte black exterior and white lid/interior is particularly striking. Designer is Earnest Sohn from the 1960's | MODish.net

decks/patios - Chocolate Daybed Ceramic Stool Ceramic Garden Stool Garden Stool Hurricane Pillar Candle Chaise Lounge Sunbrella Exterior Pillows Ipe Deck Ipe Decking Pool with Heath Tile Ceramic Pot Pittosporum Tenufolium Redwood Table Redwood Stump Ipe Pool Potted Plants Ranch House Ranch Home California Ranch

decks/patios - Chocolate Daybed Ceramic Stool Ceramic Garden Stool Garden Stool Hurricane Pillar Candle Chaise Lounge Sunbrella Exterior Pillows Ipe Deck Ipe Decking Pool with Heath Tile Ceramic Pot Pittosporum Tenufolium Redwood Table Redwood Stump Ipe Pool Potted Plants Ranch House Ranch Home California Ranch

Shimaoka Tatsuzo, a stoneware… - The Martin Hill Collection of International and New Zealand Ceramics - Art+Object - Antiques Reporter

Shimaoka Tatsuzo, a stoneware… - The Martin Hill Collection of International and New Zealand Ceramics - Art+Object - Antiques Reporter

Comes in ivory. Pottery Barn. Would work in height 20"  Ivory looks white online but in catalog off-white.

Comes in ivory. Pottery Barn. Would work in height 20" Ivory looks white online but in catalog off-white.

Ceramic artist Kevin Kowalski creates bold surface designs on clay that transform right in front of your eyes. Using a mesmerizing pottery technique called mocha diffusion, he dots wet clay with an innocuous brown mixture that reacts to the surface in an unexpected way—a single drop suddenly blooms into an organic, tree-like pattern that visually fractures the once-smooth exterior. Mocha diffusion is the result of a chemical reaction taking place. To begin the process, a thick slip is added…

Ceramic artist Kevin Kowalski creates bold surface designs on clay that transform right in front of your eyes. Using a mesmerizing pottery technique called mocha diffusion, he dots wet clay with an innocuous brown mixture that reacts to the surface in an unexpected way—a single drop suddenly blooms into an organic, tree-like pattern that visually fractures the once-smooth exterior. Mocha diffusion is the result of a chemical reaction taking place. To begin the process, a thick slip is added…

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