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Artisanal Porcelain for the Summer Table

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Artisanal Porcelain for the Summer Table

August 25, 2014

Kajsa Cramer is a Swedish ceramic artist with a background as an interior designer. We particularly admire the washed pastels and trim patterns of her delicate tableware.

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Above: Kajsa Cramer‘s Dots and Stripes Bowls are available in four different patterns; bowls are 249 SEK ($36) each,

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Above: Kajsa keeps her glazes soft so as not to obscure the texture of the fine porcelain. Shown here are pastel-colored bowls from a previous collection.

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Above: Kajsa’s tactile Mugs, 225 SEK ($32.40), and Bowls, 249 SEK ($36), invite you to cup them in your hands.

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Above: Kajsa’s patterns coordinate, as shown in this set of black-and-white dishes. See the full collection at Kajsa Cramer Ceramics.
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 Ready to see more of our handmade tableware finds? Get started with these posts:
     • A Philosopher Turned Ceramicist, Quebec Edition
 
    • Soft Touch: Pastel Pottery by Lenneke Wispelwey
 
    • Ceramics that Once Lived in the White House
     • Painterly Pottery by a New York City Chef
 
    • All the Freshness of New York: Katakana Ceramics

N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on July 14, 2012, as part of our Scandi Summerhouse issue.

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