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Pieces that bring out the best... comments

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Pieces that bring out the best... comments

It's February, the month of love! With Valentine's Day around the corner, instead of the usual gift recommendations, we will do one better and highlight some of our ceramic pieces that have started the weirdest of conversations and... mini-arguments! As they say, one man's meat is another's poison. Him vs Her Tangan Accessory Dish by Rani Aryani First up on our list is this tangan accessory dish. A big hit with the ladies, this hand dish (although food safe) is probably not the most practical for the kitchen due to its size. On one occasion in our studio, a lady was really bent on...

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A visual journey retracing the past two years with our studio!

Behind the scenes Eat & Sip studio Pottery

A visual journey retracing the past two years with our studio!

Handing the keys to our studio unit last month got us feeling all nostalgic and bittersweet - well, it was our home for the past two years! As such, we decided to compile a visual journal of our little studio as we traced back the two years.

 

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The Pensieve: Reflecting on our Open Studio 2019

Behind the scenes Eat & Sip studio Pottery

The Pensieve: Reflecting on our Open Studio 2019

After a hectic week packing and moving out of the studio (note to self: never ever plan an Open Studio period right before your lease expires!), we finally have time to churn out this little piece on our reflection as we take a look back at our Open Studio.

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Getting to know a Serial Kilner

A ceramicist's life Behind the scenes Our Makers Pottery

Getting to know a Serial Kilner

“I am very particular about the functionality and ergonomics of the products I make. The Japanese thought process has inspired me to pay more attention to the relationship between the user and the ware. “ - Gladys Wee, the lady behind local brand 'Serial Kilner'

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Wonky Ummuramics!

A ceramicist's life Behind the scenes Our Makers Pottery

Wonky Ummuramics!

Ummu Nabilah, the person behind her namesake brand, got her first introduction to the amazing world of ceramics way back in secondary school. Interestingly, she disliked the medium then and had wanted nothing to do with it as she only wanted to paint. Her second brush with ceramics came in NAFA when she was introduced to wheel-throwing in a ceramics module. 

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