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Les-Ottomans 'Ikat' plate, large Multicolour ${masterID}

'Ikat' plate, large

Item# OTTO18IKA932MUL
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  • Multicolour
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  • Les-Ottomans 'Ikat' plate, large  OTTO18IKA932MUL
  • Les-Ottomans 'Ikat' plate, large  OTTO18IKA932MUL
  • Les-Ottomans 'Ikat' plate, large  OTTO18IKA932MUL
Created by Bertrando Di Renzo, the 'Les Ottomans' home collection was born from the designer's love for Turkey, brought to life via colourful digital ikat prints on ceramic plates. Despite the digital production of its surface decoration, the large 'Ikat' plate features a key characteristic of ikat textiles — a fuzziness to the design, here a yellow, red, black and white pattern, which can be brought back to the extreme difficulty weavers have when lining up the dyed yarns to create pattern on traditional ikat textiles. Utilised all over the world in countries and continents that include India, Central Asia, Southeast Asia, Japan, Africa and Latin America, the original technique takes on a new life when applied to this dishwasher safe ceramic plate, which may be paired with other patterns and colourways from the same collection for a kaleidoscopic table display.

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Created by Bertrando Di Renzo, the 'Les Ottomans' home collection was born from the designer's love for Turkey, brought to life via colourful digital ikat prints on ceramic plates. Despite the digital production of its surface decoration, the large 'Ikat' plate features a key characteristic of ikat textiles — a fuzziness to the design, here a yellow, red, black and white pattern, which can be brought back to the extreme difficulty weavers have when lining up the dyed yarns to create pattern on traditional ikat textiles. Utilised all over the world in countries and continents that include India, Central Asia, Southeast Asia, Japan, Africa and Latin America, the original technique takes on a new life when applied to this dishwasher safe ceramic plate, which may be paired with other patterns and colourways from the same collection for a kaleidoscopic table display.
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FRANKBROS says
Created by Bertrando Di Renzo, the 'Les Ottomans' home collection was born from the designer's love for Turkey, brought to life via colourful digital ikat prints on ceramic plates. Despite the digital production of its surface decoration, the large 'Ikat' plate features a key characteristic of ikat textiles — a fuzziness to the design, here a yellow, red, black and white pattern, which can be brought back to the extreme difficulty weavers have when lining up the dyed yarns to create pattern on traditional ikat textiles. Utilised all over the world in countries and continents that include India, Central Asia, Southeast Asia, Japan, Africa and Latin America, the original technique takes on a new life when applied to this dishwasher safe ceramic plate, which may be paired with other patterns and colourways from the same collection for a kaleidoscopic table display.

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Ceramic
Diameter 280mm
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Technical
Ceramic
Diameter 280mm

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