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                Load image into Gallery viewer, Scratch Coffee Dripper by Takahiro Manome

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, Scratch Coffee Dripper by Takahiro Manome

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, Scratch Coffee Dripper by Takahiro Manome

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, Scratch Coffee Dripper by Takahiro Manome

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, Scratch Coffee Dripper by Takahiro Manome

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, Scratch Coffee Dripper by Takahiro Manome

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, Scratch Coffee Dripper by Takahiro Manome

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, Scratch Coffee Dripper by Takahiro Manome

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, Scratch Coffee Dripper by Takahiro Manome

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, Scratch Coffee Dripper by Takahiro Manome

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, Scratch Coffee Dripper by Takahiro Manome

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, Scratch Coffee Dripper by Takahiro Manome

Scratch Coffee Dripper by Takahiro Manome

Takahiro Manome works in textural ceramics and this coffee dripper is an example of ‘scratch’ type surface decoration. A layer of pale slip is applied over the dark base material in a kohiki style, and Manome works on this layer to give it a more tactile, human feel. The coffee dripper can be placed on a cup, or paired with a matching pitcher.

Size, Diameter: 12.7cm, Width 10.5cm, Height 8cm.

Weight: 300g

About Takahiro Manone

A winding road on a mountain side that slowly becomes too narrow for a car to pass, Takahiro Manomeis in one sense isolated. In another, he is integral to the current generation of Kasama potters. The impetus to connect Kasama’s sometimes disparate ceramicist community came from the earthquake of 2011, when Manome, from his mountain side, drove an initiative to repair one another’s kilns. Slow and deliberate in his speech, Manome’s context in his distant atelier full of art books and pottery shelves, has perhaps left him a little unaccustomed to interaction. But his work, like his other initiatives to connect, shows a spirit of exploration, and an essential friendliness to its user. It balances an elemental sense of its material, with soft glazes and sensitive forms. A kind presence in the Kasama pottery scene, the work of Takahiro Manome can take a similar role in the home.

 

Regular price £42.00
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