This true masterpiece in celadon Feng Qing omes to us directly from the workshops Mr Yan Wei En located in the city of Longquan, China.
Cups and accessories
All the essential accessories for preparing tea.
It was in a teahouse in Japan that the potter Julie Lavoie discovered Tenmoku. On seeing the works of Kamada Koji for the first time, she was inspired by the 'starry skies' effect, unique to this glaze. Like a premonition, this idea of meteors had already appeared in her work before this journey.
Laval ceramist Catherine De Abreu advocates a contemporary approach to the objects she creates. As she prepares her ceramic's third firing, the artist lays out laser decals that will add her object's undeniable signature: the jellyfish. Why this creature? "There is no specific reason ... I find this marine specimen fascinating, it's seducing simply by its beauty."
Using a wood-fired kiln, Julie Lavoie, ceramist, creates exquisite porcelain, both rich and rustic with its flames and the delicate imprint of cinders. The result: a rich "living white" effect, both precious and pure in its own way.
Geneviève Boudreault and Matthieu Huck understand the "Art of Tea", they create work that blends functionality with nobility.
Geneviève Boudreault and Matthieu Huck understand the Art of Tea, they create work that blends functionality with nobility.
This remarkable material, developed after 10 years of research, is specifically designed to enhance aged, wulong and black teas.
Much like abstract art, Makiko's spotting and clouding glazes evoke as many things as there are people to look at it. Landscapes, sweets, burning balloons... feel free to gaze all you want.
The distinct finish on these elegant pieces is created using a clay powder in the glaze.
From ceramist Marie-Ève Dompierre, these porcelain cups have a classy golden rim of real gold.
Despite his young age he is now a prominent artisan who was awarded the status of master of pottery and crafts.