Cappuccino Mug Rock from HK Livings popular 70's ceramics series. The mugs are all unique due to the handmade finish.
Whether you are a first time lover of HK Livings 70’s ceramics, or a long term collector, there is always room for more. Again, more funky colours, new finishes and rusty designs found their way into our collection of mugs, bowls and plates.
A real game changer in this neutral colour scheme is HK Livings new Japanese ceramic salad bowl from the Kyoto ceramics series. It adds instant depth and warmth to a simple and restful palette.
The tradition of the Japanese tea ceremony inspired us to create this range of earthy tableware. A few new items are added to the set of rustic tableware. This collection is made of hotel porcelain -a stronger kind of ceramic- glaze fired on a high temperature, for better quality and longevity. All items in the Kyoto ceramics family are hand finished, which gives them this quirky unique look.
Mug Pink from HKliving's beautiful 70's inspired ceramics collection. The mugs are all unique due to the handmade finish.
The mug looks great with the plates, bowls and teapots from the collection which you can mix and match to make a rustic country feel.
Mug Jupiter from HKliving’s beautiful 70’s inspired ceramics collection. The mugs are all unique due to the handmade finish. The mug looks great with the teapots, bowls, and plates from the collection which you can mix and match to make a rustic country feel. The warm hues, the raw textures, and the playful designs add sass to a beautiful scheme. The collection rocks layers of colour, pattern, and texture. We just love this 70’s inspired collection from HKLiving.
Part of the Merci Sroneware Collection. "At Merci, we are particularly fond of everyday objects. Tableware encourages a feeling of cosiness, interaction and culture. A plate is a fascinating object! With such collections, you always have to keep the different eras and their styles in perspective. That is where we have found our inspiration for La Nouvelle Table: a collection that expresses the evolution of behaviour, usage, handicraft, know-how and materials."