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Curated collection of ceramic artists from the porcelain capital Jingdezhen and their handmade ceramics representing the intersection of contemporary artistic expression and traditional craftsmanship.
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Beauty of Hulun Buir
Hulun Buir, the name of a beautiful pasture at northern China, where these two young makers from. "We express our appreciation in our work" they said. The prairie and birch tree forest are the symbols of their home town and childhood happiness. Their work pays homage to mother nature who brings inspirations to their work, you will see waves, skylines, water ripples and trees in this collection. Indeed, it doesn't have to be complicate to be beautiful.Discover more
“Life inspires design; design inspires life.” Shaomin Huang and Duo Chen established their studio, Haoli, in Jingdezhen, China’s ceramic capital. The words “hao” and “li” were both tiny units of measurement in ancient China, and Shaomin and Duo chose the name Haoli to represent their passion for the beautiful details of life. They are innovative young designers whose philosophy is to create striking pieces that will add beauty to the small details of day-to-day living.Discover more
“Combining innovation and tradition to create beautiful ceramics.” Pengfei Chen left his job as a product designer with Sony to pursue his dream of being an artisan ceramicist in Jingdezhen. He set up a studio there and established “Finethingwow” with his wife, a successful ceramics studio producing the finest quality pieces from high grade porcelain. His passion is for integrating traditional ceramic techniques with new technology. “Making ceramics by hand needn’t exclude modern techniques. To me, innovation is the spirit of traditional Chinese ceramics.”Discover more
“Capturing expression in everyday wares.” Ceramics artist Chen Chen’s mission is to replace the mass produced factory china in people’s homes with high quality porcelain pieces that have been made to last. Her sense of fun is apparent in her unique and playful creatures that adorn her cups, plates and bowls. “I hope people will appreciate the fine quality and craftsmanship and that our pieces will bring joy and warmth into their lives.”Discover more
Distinctive & Unique
“Celebrating the fragility in ceramics.” Yaoyao Xin’s work is modern and distinctive. She is a Red-Dot Award winner and one of the most outstanding young ceramic artists in China. Her pieces are cutting edge and she is always looking for ways to make porcelain appear delicate and fragile. Tall slender vases appear almost made from origami paper and geometric cut brooches look like jewels. She is also the first Chinese artist that Hermès partnered with and her most recent exhibition, “Light of Water, Lustre of Porcelain”, was held at Hermès Maison in Shanghai.Discover more
Organic & Rustic
“Beautiful ceramics that will last a lifetime.” Xinghua Wang produces the beautiful yet practical ceramics for which he has become known. He has a talent for creating subtle touches of colour on his pieces giving them a soft, organic and rustic feel. His pieces are designed to be functional and to fit perfectly into our modern everyday life. He believes passionately that the bowls, cups and plates he makes should be used every day.Discover more
'Capturing the essence of life in ceramics.' Talented designer and maker Xiangfei Ran owns Yang, a studio in Jingdezhen, China’s porcelain capital. Winner of several international awards for his classically beautiful pieces, including the Red-Dot Award’s Best of Best and Elle Decoration Magazine’s Best Tableware Design, Xiangfei’s work reflects his deep attachment to traditional Chinese culture and art. He uses clean modern lines with traditional and innovative decoration to create striking and evocative work. One of the signature pieces from his most recent collection, a simple, classic mug, reflects the existence of time and is brushed with silver to produce an exquisite finish that will age subtly over the years.Discover more
‘I Found This Great Thing.’ By Emily Marr
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Cute,Playful and Functional
Chenchen’s mission is to replace the mass produced factory ceramics in people’s homes with high quality porcelain...Artist
Yaoyao Xin’s porcelain dreams
Yaoyao Xin is a young ceramic artist who moved to Jingdezhen to study handicraft since 2012. Her...Artist, Inspiration