NorikoNagaokaCeramic

London, England

NorikoNagaokaCeramic

Handmade nature inspired ceramics tableware in London

London, England | On Etsy since 2016

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Announcement    I make custom made tableware , Please contact to my email (norikonagaoka@gmail.com). Please check my instagram @noriko_nagaoka and my Facebook Noriko Nagaoka Ceramics.

Stock list:
Clay habitat: 114-118 Lower Marsh, London, SE1 7AE (near Waterloo station)
V&A shop
KATABA Japanese Knives Shop: 69A Endell St, West End, London WC2H 9AJ
PAN-TECHNIC’ON: 19 Motcomb Street,London,SW1X 8LB
Cambridge Contemporary Art Gallery :6 Trinity St, Cambridge CB2 1SU

Announcement

Last updated on 18 Jan, 2021

I make custom made tableware , Please contact to my email (norikonagaoka@gmail.com). Please check my instagram @noriko_nagaoka and my Facebook Noriko Nagaoka Ceramics.

Stock list:
Clay habitat: 114-118 Lower Marsh, London, SE1 7AE (near Waterloo station)
V&A shop
KATABA Japanese Knives Shop: 69A Endell St, West End, London WC2H 9AJ
PAN-TECHNIC’ON: 19 Motcomb Street,London,SW1X 8LB
Cambridge Contemporary Art Gallery :6 Trinity St, Cambridge CB2 1SU

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About NorikoNagaokaCeramic

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On Etsy since 2016

Handmade ceramics bring in nature into home.

I was born in Osaka and have lived in North London for 16 years. In 2014, I started taking some evening ceramics courses, In May 2017 I joined the Turning Earth Studio as a part time potter and in July 2017 I have become a full-time potter and slowly developing my own design and shape. In 2019 September , I setted up my own ceramics studio at my back garden in North Finchely ,London.

I love nature and most of my items are inspired by it. Trees, ocean scenery, the mountains, waterfalls, and animals all inspirations to me. I love food, so when I make my ceramics, I always think about how I can make food look better in my plates or bowls. Every day I explore finding better shapes, sizes, weight or better colours on the items that I make.

I used force of gravity for glazing each piece to creating one of kind ceramics.

Another one of my inspirations is Japanese Master Potter Mr. Shoji Hamada. His spontaneous designs and clean shapes are what I strive to achieve in my own work.

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  • Noriko Nagaoka

    Owner, Maker, Designer

    I am Japanese ceramic artist. I makes nature inspired collections of stoneware tablewares at home studio in North London. I enjoy using a layering glaze style and gravity to create one of a kind ceramics.

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