Makiko Nakamura's '100 Years After the Party' Collection is Bittersweet
The pieces in Makiko Nakamura's collection are inspired by a story she tells of a tea service being abandoned. Seeds fall on the tea pots and cups which eventually grow into flowers. It's undeniable that Makiko Nakamura has created a beautifully haunting line of porcelain pieces from a bittersweet story.
You will definitely want to have a tea party after this.
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