kashmir porcelain dishware collectionby Dana Brandwein Oates $198.00
- the story
Bouquets of Blue
Classic coupe dinnerware meets sophisticated sculpture in this artisan place setting by Dana Brandwein Oates and her team. Inspired by the floriated patterns found in traditional Indian design, the sculptors recreate these delicate motifs using vintage, Indian wooden blocks. The intricate impressions are then rubbed with indigo glaze and wiped to fade the prints softly into the creamy porcelain. The pieces are then dipped into a clear gloss glaze to preserve the prints and to create a finish that is both food- and dishwasher-safe. The hand of the artist can be felt in the careful construction of each piece, elevating everyday entertaining into a brush with artistry. Handmade in Connecticut.
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- glaze, porcelain
- Dinner Plate: 10.5" diameter
Salad Plate: 8" diameter
Bowl: 2" H x 5.5" diameter
- Microwave and dishwasher safe
Due to the handmade nature of these items, there will be a slight variation in pattern.
- the maker
Dana Brandwein Oates
Dana worked nearly 20 years in the music business before founding her own company. As a former record label marketing exec, she worked with a host of bands and artists, but a merger and a burning desire to be more creative opened the door to a big change.
Dana began making hand built ceramics in New York City in 2001. After leaving New York, she was taught wheel throwing in Connecticut by a local artist, Susan Fox. "Everything else has been experimentation...learning along the way better techniques, glaze mixing, slip casting, mold making etc."
Dana's husband, sculptor Daniel Oates, joined her in 2008 adding hand crafted custom wood furniture to their mix of ceramics and lighting. Their company is now a lifestyle brand focused on the luxury of handmade items for the home. Dana and Daniel's work is in trendsetting shops across the country and in Paris, and has been featured in magazines including Food&Wine, Elle Decor, Martha Stewart Living, Whole Living, Bon Appetit, Martha Stewart Weddings, Country Living, Real Simple and New England Home. collection
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Comments about KASHMIR PORCELAIN DISHWARE COLLECTION:
Very nice dishes, although a little expensive
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