Momoko Otani achieves the perfect balance of decoration and simplicity with her all white sgraffito serving dishes. At once peaking interest with intricate lotus etchings while remaining quiet with a white on white palette. The pieces remain elegant backgrounds for serving elaborate dishes, dessert or a colourful selection of fruit.
Sgraffito is derived from the Italian word “scratch”. It is a technique of applying layers of slip onto a ceramic form and, while semi-dry, removing and etching certain areas to create a contrasting surface design. Momoko’s works are inspired by her love of lotuses and banana leaves. Her white sgraffito series display lotus buds and petals in bloom. Each piece is one-of-a-kind, featuring unique variations. They simply brighten up your day. Ceramics that will be cherished for a lifetime, knowing so many loving hours were put into the making of them!
Sgraffito Square Plate was curated by Angélique Chmielewski
Maker: Momoko Otani
Designer: Momoko Otani
9.3” (w) x 9.3” (l) x 0.5” (h) or 235mm (w) x 235mm (l) x 13mm (h)
2.3 lb or 1.0 kg
Suitable for everyday use and décor
Because the piece is handmade, slight size, colour and sgraffito design variations occur
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