The Crockery Bone China Collection Fuses Aesthetics with Function

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Sep 4, 2012 • References: 1882ltd & frameweb
The Crockery Bone China Collection by Max Lamb is created for ceramic maker 1882 Ltd. The raw pottery collection is artful in its design without losing its sense of function. Known for his textured works, artist Max Lamb embraces his materials, creating distinctive pieces with a one-of-a-kind aesthetic.

With a raw exterior, these cartilage-inspired ceramics are made from hand-carved plaster models. Even though they may appearing unfinished, the pieces are purposefully designed with an interior glaze that allows them to serve as fully functional dishes instead of only as decorative objects.

The Crockery Bone China Collection by Max Lamb was created with custom-made slip-cast models that gave the ceramic designer a sense of artistic freedom, allowing him to stay true to his artistic style. Stats for Cartilage-Inspired Ceramics Trending: Older & Chilly
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