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Roshi Ceramics Vases Curious Grace

NORDIC ZEN

Blending Minimalist form and fine decorative detail, the Roshi collection of porcelain ceramics evoke calmness & stillness and a desire to slow down in our ever fast paced technical world. The design elements form a perfect duality of the best qualities and quietness of Nordic and Japanese design. Nordic Zen. 

 

Roshi Ceramics Curious Grace Vases Homewares

Our Ceramics are handmade of porcelain clay and each is unique and individual, created by skilled Artisans. No two pieces are the same. They may vary slightly in colour, shape and pattern. A key design element is the matt surface which has a porous finish and if marked, can easily be cleaned with hot soapy water. They are dishwasher safe.

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