Design and Handmade Ceramics from Ash Street, Brooklyn

265 Sales


Design and Handmade Ceramics from Ash Street, Brooklyn

265 Sales On Etsy since 2009

4.5 out of 5 stars
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Average item review
4.5 out of 5 stars
Corin Blaikie

Corin Blaikie on Jan 5, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Exactly what I was expecting!

Mrs Lynch

Mrs Lynch on Dec 24, 2015

4 out of 5 stars

Very nice little planter, I had been admiring it for some time before I purchased. It is described as white but it isn't, it's more of a light natural clay tone but I can live with the slight difference in colour. The quality and craftsmanship is impeccable and I love the geometric shape. The reason for four stars is mainly because of poor communication from the seller but also she might want to take a picture of this gorgeous planter that captures it's actual colour better.

Jeanne Grossman

Jeanne Grossman on Oct 21, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

Quick shipping, lovely planter, thanks!

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About Ashware

Ashware is a handmade ceramics and design brand of Megumi Yoshida, a Japanese designer based in Greenpoint Brooklyn, who has become known for her materially elegant and minimal ceramic forms. Working primarily with slip casting, her crisp porcelain designs, such as lamps, vases, and tableware, are poetic instances within her ongoing exploration of the medium. Her thoughtful dialog ranges between Japanese tradition and western modernism, becoming evident in objects that echo the soft reduction of Brancusi-like forms or the nature-inspired geometries of Japanese Kamon insignia. Yoshida’s works traverse the boundary between functional design and the self-sustained art object.

Yoshida founded her previous incarnation brand MGMYstudio in 2007. In January 2014 she launched the new brand Ashware. All works are designed and handmade on Ash street in Brooklyn NY.

Shop members

    Owner, Maker, Designer

    Megumi Yoshida of Ashware creates elegant designs for porcelain lamps, vases and tableware. She works primarily in the technique of slipcasting and continues to explore the forms and functions of ceramics from her studio in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.

  • Janice


    Janice is part time production assistant. She helps Megumi to casting, clean up green wares and packing.

Shop policies

Last updated on June 4, 2015

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All items are basically made for order. Please allow 10-30 business days to ship out the orders.
Ship via USPS priority mail or UPS Ground.

*For international orders - USPS first class rates are listed. There is "no tracking" for and "shipping time varies", which normally take 3 weeks to deliver but sometimes takes 12 weeks. If you would like to upgrade please contact us before you purchase.

**Upgraded shipment is available by request for both domestic and international. Please contact us and I will adjust your invoice with the new rate.

Free domestic shipping purchase over $100. Use code: FREESHIP100
Refunds and Exchanges
We don't accept returns. However, if the items arrive with damages, please let us know intimidatory and send us picture. We will send you replacement.