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Lola Moreau Mamezara White

Stoneware plate by Lola Moreau. Mamezara (small plate) designed with a Japanese breakfast in mind, is perfect for serving simple dishes such as tamagoyaki (Japanese omelette) or leftovers from the night before. It is a dish meant to be enjoyed casually.
Material : Stoneware
Size : 10.5×1cm
Origin : France
Use : Microwave×/Dishwasher△/Oven×
・This item is handmade, so each piece will be unique and may not look exactly as pictured. We believe slight variations in color and size make them all the more special.
Lola Moreau, a ceramic artist based in a quiet alley near Place de la Bastille in the 11th arrondissement of Paris, spent much of her childhood in her father's studio, where he worked as a skilled artisan in textiles. Surrounded by her father's magical creations, she cultivated her artistic sensibility. Before becoming a ceramic artist, she worked in web and visual content. Her journey into ceramics began when she started attending night classes in pottery. She quickly became addicted to ceramics as part of her job, and soon after opening a studio with a friend, ceramics became an integral part of her life. Her creations, which combine soft forms that convey the movement and sensibility of her hands with the visual interest she has developed over the years, are both functional and decorative, embodying her strong desire to create objects that look beautiful on their own, whether on a table or a shelf.