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Leon Ransmeier Flower Vase

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Leon Ransmeier made what might seem an obvious discovery: the shapes of traditional Japanese ceramics feel good in your hand. Ransmeier wanted to respect such tactile forms while introducing a more technical vocabulary that invokes the relationship between comfort and work. Because tools are used with repetitive force, they are designed to be comfortable. The handles in his collection for 2016/ borrow the language of tools such as saws or wood planes. Ransmeier has worked with Hataman Touen pottery to develop his collection in highly vitreous Amakusa porcelain - meaning it becomes glass-like when fired and the surface won't easily stain.

Material: porcelain
φ8.5 x W15 x H25 cm

Made in Arita, Japan

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