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Every object offered by Miro Made This is completely made by hand—thrown and trimmed on the potter's wheel, and carefully glazed and finished, piece by piece. Each bears the mark of its maker in subtle variations of curve, form, and texture, as well as those found within the clay body itself. Please note that no two pieces are exactly alike—more sisters than twins: closely related, not exactly duplicates, but still a family.

Collection comprises the mainstays of MMT—the basic forms of teacups, bowls, plates, and carafes that are offered as a recognizable and cohesive body of high-quality work.

Studies are limited editions of different shapes, forms, clay bodies, and glazes that provide Miro with the opportunity to experiment within her chosen medium and expand her practice.

Seconds consists of pieces that have small flaws such as color variations, marks, or inconsistent glazing that renders pieces not suitable for the collection, but nevertheless, still of value. In fact, some favor the greater variations of seconds—depending on a personal preference for uniqueness.

Rounded Udon Bowl Medium, Rust/clear (Study)

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Rounded Udon Bowl Medium, Rust/clear (Study)

65.00

Currently sold out, but we'll be restocking again in a few weeks!

Perfectly sized for: a few artfully arranged peaches, a heap of Mussels Provencal, or a hearty portion of Nabeyaki Udon

3" tall, 7" diameter


Stoneware in rust, textured finish
Interior glaze in slightly milky, clear, gloss
Food safe

Price is per single item.

See the article Alaina Sullivan wrote about these udon bowls on Bon Appetit: The Bowl That Launched My Ceramics Obsession

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