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Mieke Cuppen
Ceramic Plates by Mieke Cuppen at Messe Frankfurt, Frankfurt am Main - CARVED tableware - Oval plate
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CARVED tableware - Oval plate - Ceramic Plates

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CARVED Oval Platter
Material: stoneware
Colour: dark brown
Size: 18 x 12 x 1,5 cm / 7.09 x 4.72 x 0.55 inch
Weight: 255 g
Packaging Unit: 6 Pcs.
This product is part of CARVED collection, which contains 6 items. Price list and more info available. Just drop me a note though Wescover.

Skin
Carved is a stoneware tableware set that comes from the collaboration between Linde Freya Tangelder and Mieke Cuppen. Characteristic of the set is the carved skin that is created in a unique way by combining craftsmanship and 3D techniques. The process starts by hand: Linde applies the carves, which creates the characteristic texture. The next step is 3D-scanning this texture and translating it into a 3D-stamp to apply digitally on the designed items, this is Mieke's part of the process. This gives Carved stoneware items their distinctive appearance.

Playground
This design is part of the Playground collection. Playground combines the latest trends in food presentation with a repertoire of exciting, sometimes bold accessories and items made from a diverse range of materials. The glass Amuse tower, one of Mieke's other designs, is also part of this collection.

The CARVED collection contains six items, 3 plates and 3 bowls, executed in dark brown stoneware. These stoneware items are dishwasher-safe, heat-resistant, suitable for microwave and freezer. Due to the surface texture of some stoneware products, metal marking and scratching sounds can occur. This metal marking can easily be removed with an appropriate cleanser and does not impact functionality and hygiene in any way. Overview and price list available on request.

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Mieke Cuppen
Meet the Creator
Tableware only really gets its value through its use. My designs are used in restaurants and homes internationally, that's what I love about being a tableware designer.

In my role as a designer, I work with tableware companies and design brands that are on the lookout for innovation and style in their products. My work is like a blank canvas, it interacts with the user and the chef, who is challenged to new forms of presentation and application.
My studio was established in 2009 following completion of my studies at the Design Academy Eindhoven and is located in Delfshaven in Rotterdam.