Relief Plate

by Mikiko Iyama

Mikiko Iyama plates are made of half porcelain/half clay, and are finished with a matte glaze that naturally develops a crackle texture over time.  To slow down this effect, it is recommended to soak plates in water before use.  Metal cutlery may also leave marks on the surface when used. 

 


Relief Plate

by Mikiko Iyama

Mikiko Iyama plates are made of half porcelain/half clay, and are finished with a matte glaze that naturally develops a crackle texture over time.  To slow down this effect, it is recommended to soak plates in water before use.  Metal cutlery may also leave marks on the surface when used. 

 


  • Country Of Origin
    JAPAN
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Relief Plate

Black
235 USD
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  • #1 15.5cm
  • #2 19.5cm
  • #3 23cm

About Mikiko Iyama

Mikiko Iyama was born in Tokyo in 1965. After graduating from high school, she entered vocational design school but gave up due to family circumstances. Later on, she began to study pottery while working as a staff member at the “Saga-cho Exhibit Space,” representing Kazuko Koike. Eventually she entered a vocational school in Seto. She launched her own practice in 1991 in Ehime prefecture and the art world has embraced her work ever since.