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gfmozart | Nov 27, 201712:24 PM    

Hi, I have noticed that there are more modern ceramics that fuse modern stylistic influences that are used to serve dishes from the newer japanese restaurants in my city Singapore. Asking some of the chefs reveal very ambiguous or vague answers. I would like to seek the advice of any learned individual who knows where to get such ceramics for purchase. Not sure if any folks here are both omakase/Kaiseki consumers who are at the same time enamoured by their display ceramics and glass. I will cross post this in the food forum since It might garner more responses there as well.

Edit: not referring to Noritake or Arita-ware type of ceramics. a contemporaneous version but from china would be Spin Ceramics

Spin Ceramics

Contemporary Chinese porcelain and stoneware. Unique pieces created using traditional techniques with production in Jingdezhen, the birthplace of porcelain...

spinceramics.com
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