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Made to order in Chiang Mai, Thailand by Dung Jai.
Hand formed artisan stoneware soup bowls with a matte finish and gold stripes add both color and texture to your dining table. Both functional and stylish, these bowls can be used for every day meals and those special occasions when you want to impress your guests. Available in three colors: blue, red and green.
Size: 5 in
Care: Dishwasher and microwave safe.
Production time: These bowls take up to 10 days to be made. If you need them sooner, please email email@example.com and we will discuss the time frame with the team. Items are shipped with DHL Express to ensure a speedy delivery.
10% of this purchase will be used to support local community projects that aid in education, healthcare, infrastructure in areas of need. Read more about our Community Works programs here.
Approximately 7-10 days to make, plus shipping.
Our artisans are located around the world and will ship your items directly to you from their studios. Orders are shipped by DHL and should take 3-10 days after the artisans dispatch them.
If you receive this item in less than perfect condition or are not satisfied with it, you have 15 days from the date of delivery to request a free return with a full refund.
Winai Paipong, who goes by the nickname "Yun", works out of his own studio, Dung Jai Ceramics, based in the northern Thai city of Chiang Mai. Yun creates high quality stoneware ceramics using techniques like slip casting and hand forming. As a child Yun would dream of one day becoming a craftsman like his father. The word “craftsman” in the Northern Thai language is known as “Salar”. Salar does not only mean a skilled artisan, it also means a technician with wisdom.
Yun's ceramic work is from the heart — taking art from nature to the recipient. Yun's inspiration comes from every day things like food, clothing, agriculture and rice fields which is evident in the colors, textures and forms he uses in his designs. He also draws heavily from his Lanna, northern Thai culture and his rural farming community roots. He enjoys the process of uniquely forming each piece and the beautiful journey it takes from conception to creation. Besides his love of ceramics Yun enjoys spending time with his son and traveling to find new inspiration for his work.