Handmade in Copenhagen
My name is Sussi Krull and I am the designer behind the ceramics studio WAUW design in Copenhagen.
All porcelain and stoneware items are handmade in the finest materials in my workshop, which is an extension of the shop.
You can see the production of the ceramic items while you shop. I think it helps to give a thorough understanding of the ceramics and the processes that I work with. You are always more than welcome to ask questions - it gives some highly interesting conversations that I enjoy a lot, and I hope my customers do too.
All my glazes are developed individually for each product and always with a focus on good craftsmanship, good design and sustainable production in mind.
Summer at WAUW design
Summer is upon us and that means a lot of preparation, preparation and testing of products to be produced in August and autumn.
I am about to be ready to reintroduce a previous vase - however, the last glaze tests are missing before it is exactly as I would like it to be.
There is still a little 2nd grade products here on the webshop after the stock sale in June. Among other things, Crystal vases, Sustainable vases, Pastello cups, etc. The goods have minor defects and work exactly as they should.
This year we hold summer holidays throughout the month of July. There will be open Saturday during these weeks.
Orders will not be shipped in weeks 27 and 28. Order no later than 29 June and we will ship on 30 June. We ship again from Monday, July 18th.
Really good summer here from WAUW design!
New Kintsugi - repair of broken ceramics
The Dutch brand Humade has made a new version of the ancient Japanese repair technique "Kintsugi".
Inspired by traditional Kintsugi, Humade has created a repair kit that is easy to use for decorative repair of broken ceramic cases.
Using glue and gold dust, you patch the ceramics. In this way, one can see that the pottery has been broken, but the flaws are celebrated rather than hidden. The mishaps the pottery has been through are accepted as part of its new identity. We think that's a beautiful thought.
The set contains the remedies you need to patch your ceramics. The guide is in English, but is described with pictures of the different steps in the process.
The New Kintsugi kits are available in both gold and silver.