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On his travels to Minnesota, Jonathan Wade felt connected to the folk art pottery reinterpretations of Japanese Mingei. Wheel-thrown into... On his travels to Minnesota, Jonathan Wade felt connected to the folk art pottery reinterpretations of Japanese Mingei. Wheel-thrown into simple, hand-built forms, his low-impact, utilitarian tableware celebrate the impurities and irregularities of wild clay and wood ash glazes — which the founder personally collects himself. Every unique piece is designed to honour the rituals of cooking and eating.

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On his travels to Minnesota, Jonathan Wade felt connected to the folk art pottery reinterpretations of Japanese Mingei. Wheel-thrown into simple, hand-built forms, his low-impact, utilitarian tableware celebrate the impurities and irregularities of wild clay and wood ash glazes — which the founder personally collects himself. Every unique piece is designed to honour the rituals of cooking and eating.