Petalfall

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Petalfall is a mini collection of two handmade, highly decorated ceramic pieces that are the fruit of a collaboration between Adam and Hiroyuki Onuki of Kasama Potters in Japan.

 

A celebration of spring time and the joy of life, they were designed at a time when Adam lost two dear Japanese relatives who both deeply loved the life-affirming and uplifting annual wonder of early blooming flowers, with each item embodying one of their relatives.

 

The pieces are available to order from Kasama Potters, with each taking several weeks to be meticulously crafted by Hiroyukisan in his studio.

Petalfall by Adam Nathaniel Furman and Hiroyuki Onuki for Kasama Potters, handmade Japanese collectible ceramics

Photos by Yeshen Venema

Petalfall by Adam Nathaniel Furman and Hiroyuki Onuki for Kasama Potters, handmade Japanese collectible ceramics
Petalfall by Adam Nathaniel Furman and Hiroyuki Onuki for Kasama Potters, handmade Japanese collectible ceramics

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