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t.e. 178

t.e. 178

deep platter, white

Hella Jongerius emphasises the transition between transparent and white by having the platter immersed partly in the tin glaze. By doing this, she not only focuses attention on the production process by making it part of the decoration, but reveals the colour of the Friesian clay for the first time in centuries. In addition to the white version, there is also a decorated version in this series, inspired by simple rural motifs and painted outlines inspired by the majolica archives. The result is a series of attractive products with a contemporary allusion to history and special use of traditional skills.


Ø 45 x 8 cm

last 2 available! out of production

hella jongerius
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