Simple and functional objects complemented with subtle details, crafted with love and care.
Handmade ceramics by Kristjan Klementi
Its nice to meet you here.
I am Kristjan Klementi
And I make pottery craft in my tiny home studio.
Read my journey of becoming a potter.
What I do
I create everyday objects from clay that are simple in nature, functional and well finished.
I try to help bring a quiet, modest, and earthy mood to our everyday life through them.
Explore my work in different look and feel.
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Made with love, passion and care.
For me art is not just creativity, but also mastery and skills of creating. Every time the clay is put on the potter’s wheel, I put a lot of care and attention to what I do.
Every piece I make is my journey to mastery. Every little detail has its meaning and importance, so the final piece is not just nice, but pleasant to the eye and silky smooth to the hand to hold them.
My work is made to be used with a hope they will withstand the test of time.
A glaze with many names: ice crackle, tortoise shell, snowflake and many more.
My main limited-edition signature collection.
Made with thick layer of crackle glaze where the fractures develop the look of cracked ice. Hence also its name – Ice Crackle.
When the odds become even during the firing process the iron rich glaze develops beautiful golden microcrystals. Sometimes covering the whole ware with golden hue and other times just few golden sparks like stars.
Glaze that’s originally called “Tea-Dust” and was mainly used in Imperial ware.
LATEST BLOG WRITINGS
In this video you can see the process of throwing and trimming of the body and the lid and giving the final finishing and decoration.
I’m thrilled to announce that I’ve launched my shop on ETSY where I could showcase and sell my pottery. There’s still a lot undergoing in my tiny studio to add more products, so stay tuned for updates. I hope you enjoy my work as much as I enjoy making it.
Making a teapot is said to be the mother of all challenges. I admit it’s tough, but it’s also the most rewarding challenge of them all. When you make a teapot, you’re focusing on functionality and technical skills. It’s all about function and purpose first.