In 2008, Tetsuya Otani created a pottery studio with his wife Momoko Otani that they use as a joint space to create their separate collections. The studio is located in Shigaraki, one of the most historic pottery cities in Japan. Tetsuya’s porcelain wares are made using a wheel-throwing process. The handmade pieces possess smooth surfaces and soft edges, achieved primarily by the use of a warm white glaze.
I am a Takatsuki Pastry Stand. Life is short. Go ahead, eat the cake!Starting at $64.00
I am a Pour Over Coffee Dripper. Have patience, it’ll be worth the wait.$180.00
I am a Small Teacup and Saucer. The best non-living couple.$92.00
I am a Raised Plate. My upbringing was wonderful. I was very well raised.$188.00
I am a Bowl. My maker had a goal to make a big white bowl.$396.00
I am a Hand Painted Porcelain Dinner Plate. I’ve got a lot on my plate but I always stop to smell the flowers.$240.00