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Artisans of Vichuquén by Tracey George Posted on March 14, '17 White earthenware pottery from the artisans of Vichuquén in the Maule region of Central Chile. Marta Turowska by Tracey George Posted on December 05, '16 Polish ceramicist Marta Turowska's whimsical pieces are handcrafted in her Warsaw studio. She takes pleasure in making objects that bring beauty to your every day. Marta finds inspiration in nature, geometric shapes and the fairytale illustrations in children's books. The Object Enthusiast by Tracey George Posted on December 02, '16 Emily Reinhardt is the American ceramicist behind The Object Enthusiast. Her work is characterized by earthy imperfections, a range of shapes that emerge organically, and playful patterns.  Masashi Tunokake by Tracey George Posted on November 07, '16 Masashi Tunokake is a Japanese ceramicist, born in the Iwate Prefecture, on the northeastern coast of the main island of Honshu. He studied ceramics at the Tokoname Ceramics Research Institute and now produces his own line of ceramics. Banshu Hamono by Tracey George Posted on November 04, '16

Since 1744, Banshu Hamono has been producing the highest quality cutting tools, well-known for their sharpness and durability. Each piece is painstakingly made by hand by skilled craftsmen using the same techniques that have been passed down for generations.

Shizuko Hasuo by Tracey George Posted on November 04, '16 Shizuko Hasuo is a ceramic artist from Fukuoka, Japan. She studied ceramics in Kyoto and now lives and works in Hiroshima. Wireworks by Tracey George Posted on October 03, '16 Wireworks began out of a small workshop on London's Edgeware Road and offers innovative design solutions for the modern home. SOH Melbourne by Tracey George Posted on September 28, '16 SOH Melbourne is an all-natural luxury fragrance house based in Australia. All of their candles are hand-poured and clean burning. Element'ary Design by Tracey George Posted on September 14, '16 From his workshop in Herne Hill, London, cabinet maker Justin Holmes was unable to find a quality screwdriver that met his needs for comfort, quality and simplicity, so he designed and crafted his own. Azmaya by Tracey George Posted on September 14, '16 Azmaya is a Tsubame, Niigata-based Japanese design house that collaborates with independent designers and artisans. Using traditional methods and materials, they collaborate on a collection of modern homewares that showcase high-end Japanese craft. 1 2 3 10 Next »