Ceramic Plates by Elizaveta Barsegova seen at Private Residence, Berlin - Morning Ritual Matcha Bowl
Ceramic Plates by Elizaveta Barsegova seen at Private Residence, Berlin - Morning Ritual Matcha Bowl
Image credit: Lisa Mueller
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Item Morning Ritual Matcha Bowl
As seen in Private Residence, Berlin, Germany

Morning Ritual Matcha Bowl

Ceramic Plates by Elizaveta Barsegova, as seen in Private Residence, Berlin, Germany

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Item Details
This bowl is co-created by Elizaveta Barsegova and Lisa Müller, the founder of LM matcha. Over a year of experiments and testings, made this bowl come to life. Each bowl is hand-crafted in the shape, weight and color serving the purpose to bring a feeling of presence and awareness in the moment of your morning ritual. It is created with an intention to assist and accompany you on your personal journey of growth and daily self love. From our minds and hearts to yours.

To seal this intention, the bottom of each bowl is fired with a ring of powdered jemstone Dolomite. This is the light white hue you will notice.

Stoneware bowl. Created specifically for Matcha ceremonies.

Each piece is created individually, 100% by hand in a crafting process of around 3 weeks. Therefore each bowl will look slightly different, have its individual character, shape and colour shade.

Dish-washes safe.

size 11-12 cm x 7-8 cm

Meet the Creator

Elizaveta Barsegova

Elizaveta Barsegova

Berlin, Germany

I believe we shape our reality. A plate on a table is the beginning of dinner. A ceremonial bowl is an opening to a Dining Ritual.

Hi, my name is Elizaveta. I spend my days shaping ceremonial bowls for daily rituals.

For 5 years I’m traveling the world from mountains to deserts researching archaic pottery and experiencing it. Some of my best life choices were visiting and assisting traditional potters in the Moroccan Desert, Mountains of Thailand, Georgian riverbanks, and Russian Porcelain Fabrique. Through all those journeys I felt this craft as a connection between soil, water, air, and fire, which was known to our tribes for centuries.

Countless time, minerals, wood ashes, fingerprints, and the heat goes into the clay before it becomes a ceremonial bowl. This process of becoming takes several weeks of work, stillness, being, and fire.

It is my pleasure and my honour to be at service creating these vessels for you.

Available for commission/custom work

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