Large Cup / Mug | Nerikomi | Made by Anne Mossman
Anne Mossman is a Gold Coast ceramicist who works in the Japanese nerikomi technique. Nerikomi is a Japanese term used to describe the process of colouring and layering clays. It literally means ‘kneading’, which is a step used in evenly distributing a ceramic stain through a clay body. Each item's patterning is unique because it is made from a slab cut from a variegated block of coloured clays. An element of surprise is always intrinsic in the final product of the nerikomi process. For Anne, it is this very randomness that she finds intriguing and inspiring.Details:
Size: 12 x 8 x 7.5cm (approximately)
Made in the Gold Coast, QLD, Australia
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