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Blueline Round Deep Plate

$46.00
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ROUND DEEP PLATE (SMALL)

ø:160mm H:350mm With Handle: 180mm
The plate is casual and modern with handpainted, charming blue lines as design highlight.
The simple, cobalt lines are meant to bring diner's attention to the food that is contained within, creating a picturesque set up for any dining tables.

Diningware Handmade Ceramics Round Deep Plate with Handle

 

While it is common for white porcelain to be baked in 1250°C kiln,
Artist Kim Seok Binn bakes his stoneware in higher temperature of 1300°C to decrease water absorption and create lighter yet more durable ceramics.

 

Diningware Handmade Ceramics Round Deep Plate with Handle

Diningware Handmade Ceramics Round Deep Plate with Handle

SAFETY TEST BY KOREA INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS AND TRADE
: FREE OF LEAD & CADMIUM

Kim Seok Binn Ceramics Safety Test

 

ABOUT THE COLLECTION

The Blueline collection from Kim Seok Binn is meant to inspire. The artist crafts a blank canvas with lines in which users fill with their own expression, completing the masterpiece.
The collection has been accoladed 'Certificate of Excellence' by the Ministry of Sports and Culture, Korea.
KimSeokBinn Ceramics Certification of Excellence

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Ceramist Kim Seok Binn Bio

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1 Review

  • 5
    Blueline Round Deep Dish

    Posted by viv on 24th Nov 2020

    THE BOLDNESS of this piece is in its look and intention, it's Western in every way, it screams gratin dish, yet its sensibility is so Asian. I got this gratin wonder with two dishes in mind: chicken pot pie and shrimp scampi. I've always wanted something that was oven-strong and table-friendly. I'm sending them into a 220°C oven -- it tells me, 250°C is fine too! Now I have something dressy and beautiful for the table, yet cool and hardy enough for the oven. I'm so into the underside of Kim Seok Binn's pieces -- it's his humble, engraved insignia I love, but for this one, it's also that matt, unglazed look that's so alluring. Sorta like those brown tapas crockery you find at a tapas bar, except this one has a more refined finish. I don't know what the master has done, but all I know is this: he's a man who's into details. You feel it in every piece he makes!