By Linda Ricci.
There are rare objects that have the power to redeem us, or so it feels. They have grace, they have soul, and they have a purity that can save us from our harried, anxious, grasping lives.
And we think that these ceramic pieces from Noa Ceramics might just qualify as some of those rare objects.
Incorporating Japanese influences and inspirations from her travels abroad (to Spain, India, the West Indies, etc.) West London-based Maria De Haan creates functional tableware that’s ethereal, elegant, and timeless.
De Haan uses antique, hand-carved wooden printing blocks from India, combining them with subtle glazes and a special blend of textured clay.
Stunning, we say. And yes, redemptive.