Glaze of our lives
Ceramic objects connect us to nature and the person who made them. Make fragrant tea in a handmade mug, light a candle in a ceramic dish or apply a clay mask and slip into a creative reverie
1 Natural hemp twine, $3.99, from Trade Aid. 2 House bookend, $49.99, from Trade Aid. 3 Side platter by Claybird Ceramics, $115, from Bread & Butter Letter. 4 Half-dipped mug by JS Ceramics, $30, from Bread & Butter Letter. 5 Libertine Blends loose leaf tea, $15, from Iko Iko. 6 Lotta bangle by Pigment Studio, $45, from Bread & Butter Letter. 7 Jute place mat, $12.99, from Trade Aid. 8 Spring candle, $49, from Mark Antonia. 9 Rosy Cheeks face mask, $16.50, from Lush. 10 Soap-n-scent soap, $6, from Iko Iko. 11 Drinking glass by Monmouth, $55, from The Poi Room. 12 Faceted vase, $132, from Gidon Bing. 13 Candle and holder, $16.99, from Trade Aid. 14 Footless bowl, $66, from Gidon Bing. 15 Mug, $32, from Paper Plane. 16 Tea bowl by Seed Collection, $27, from Paper Plane. Dried floral arrangement by Mark Antonia.