Handmade by: Potomak
Color: White with cobalt blue patches
Dimensions: 38 cm.
About the Product:
These serving platters resemble the paintings of French Impressionist Claude Monet. The variations of color, light, and shapes recall the water lilies of the gardens at Giverny, and add an exclusive and stylish look to any tablescape. Part of the Acquarello line by Potomak.
NOTE: Possible imperfections are due to the handmade nature of each item.
About the Collection:
Potomak Studio is a workshop based near Trento, in the north of Italy, where unique porcelain pieces are designed and manufactured entirely by hand, from shaping to coloring to glazing, by Donatella Parotto and Mauro Bonvecchio.
Producing each object is a challenging endeavor. Many pieces are thrown away because of the workshop's strict quality controls and the complexity of the production process. The watercolor effect seen in each piece requires the delicate task of developing textures with special finishes before the final baking process, which can last up to 15 hours at extremely high temperature of 1250 degrees. The results are amazing in terms of the brightness and light-weight nature of each item. They're definitely worth the hard work!
Customized table sets can also be made on request. Check out the different colors available.