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Sushi Set | Plate in Dinnerware by Cécile Brillet, Tierra i fuego ceramics. Item made of stoneware
Sushi Set | Plate in Dinnerware by Cécile Brillet, Tierra i fuego ceramics. Item made of stoneware
Sushi Set | Plate in Dinnerware by Cécile Brillet, Tierra i fuego ceramics. Item made of stoneware
Sushi Set | Plate in Dinnerware by Cécile Brillet, Tierra i fuego ceramics. Item made of stoneware
Sushi Set | Plate in Dinnerware by Cécile Brillet, Tierra i fuego ceramics. Item made of stoneware
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Sushi Set | Plate in Dinnerware by Cécile Brillet, Tierra i fuego ceramics. Item made of stoneware

Sushi Set - Dinnerware

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This beautiful sushi serving set is made of glazed stoneware. It is unique, handmade and hand painted. The set includes 4 items: 1 tray, which is made of stoneware, decorated by hand with china clay slips, and glazed with a clear non toxic glaze. the drawing will not fade. Then there is 1 soy dish, which I threw on the wheel, and glazed with a white glaze. The third item is the chopsticks rests, which is glazed with the same glaze as the soy dish. They are all fired in the kiln at 1200·C. They are food safe, microwave safe and dishwasher safe.
The chopsticks also come with the sushi set.
approximate size.
tray: 19,5cm x 12cm
soy dish: 8 cm of diameter
chopsticks rest:5 cm x 2 cm x 1 cm

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Item Sushi Set
As seen in Creator's Studio, Oviedo, Spain
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Cécile Brillet, Tierra i fuego ceramics
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2019
Ceramic and pottery studio. I create beautiful objects made of clay that will make your home more cosy, personal and nicer.

I started to work with clay first as a hobby, and some 20 years ago I decided to create my own studio and to start to sell my ceramics and make a living of it. I mostly work with stoneware, especially when I make anything for the kitchen, like mugs, plates, jars... I make my own glazes, which are totally food safe, and I like to paint some nice, colourful, mostly abstract patterns on my pots with china clay slips. I work on the wheel, and with slabs as well. I also like to work with white clay to make compositions from handmade shiny and bright little tiles. In my studio I make as well any kind of personalised items.