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Designers cut
KAHLA Atelier Collection 2013
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Blue motif cups
Porcelain, glaze, hand-painted 2012
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Blue motif bowls big
Porcelain, glaze, hand-painted 2012
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Blue motif
Porcelain, glaze, coboltpencil 2011
Photo: Brooks Walker
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Blue motif
Porcelain, glaze, coboltpencil 2011
Photo: Brooks Walker

Blue motif
The beauty of blue painted porcelain is not only aesthetic but equally subjective. This is most likely because of the memories, which so many people associate with inherited tableware, which evoke feelings of devotion, pride and pleasure, along with the joy that gatherings of friends and family bring us on different occasions. To have the
family tableware is a desirable honour. To get an opportunity to preserve, from generation to generation, items of importance from one’s forefathers with devotion and care, in the same way that parents want their children to receive their best genetic traits.
My design inherits its modest size from the finesse and elegance of antique tableware. It is intended for small dishes with an important purpose, such as breakfast. My variation on the blue-white pattern of Kahla harmonizes with its blue lines, both as a lead melody and a deep baseline that makes a mark, forming its legacy.