Each piece is unique, handcrafted by Greek ceramicist George Vavatsis in his Thessaloniki-based studio. Due to the handcrafted nature of this item, expect slight variation in the appearance of each piece.
Ceramic Plate (small)
Ideal for mixing and matching with bigger plates or bowls, this small ceramic side plate, finished in a neutral off-white color, perfectly completes a classic dinnerware collection.
|Dimensions||16.5 × 3 cm|
George Vavatsis is a ceramics artist, born in Thessaloniki (1974). His work based on the potter’s wheel consists of utilitarian objects made of stoneware, clay, or porcelain. He studied Visual & Live Art at Cheltenham & Gloucester C.H.E. Uk and in 2000 he opened his first pottery studio in Thessaloniki, Greece.
George Vavatsis is a ceramicist based in Thessaloniki, Greece. Driven to create pieces with their own personality, he works on a potter’s wheel to transform clay, stoneware, or porcelain into one-of-a-kind tableware and artworks. What motivates him is the endless possibilities of form, function, and color and above all – a love of making. For him, ceramics is a way of life. As he describes, pottery is an ongoing process that never ends: “Every morning I have the same worry, to open the kiln door and see what happened there”.
Paying homage to tradition while adhering to a more contemporary aesthetic, George Vavatsis handcrafted our range of functional ceramic dinnerware. Following a minimal and slim geometrical approach, the collection is characterized by a delicate off-white color, and a smooth or slightly dotted surface, while each piece is wheel-thrown using light stoneware. George’s work organically evolves through deep immersion in the making process, allowing him to create a natural effect.