Unique pieces: Nanoha ceramics from Nanushka and Noha Studio

Nanushka and Noha Studio have collaborated to launch the Nanoha ceramics line created by Sandra Sandor and Natalia Nemes.

Originating from an ancient Japanese technique called Raku, the pieces are developed through special chemical processes that include burning glazes, burying them in the ground, and then washing them into their true form. Every Nanoha piece is unlike the other.

Among the options are ceramics in earthy brown tones woven in with pastel pinks; splashes of emerald green with layers of purples; and browns, turquoise and golds.

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Photo credit: Nanushka

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