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Kernos Ceramiche

  • This hand-decorated ceramic plate, featuring a stylised plover, is characterized by the use of an ancient white glaze graffito technique that underscores the orange shades of clay.

  • This hand-decorated ceramic vase features a decoration inspired by the marine world, crafted with the ancient graffitura technique on white glaze that highlights the nuances of the orange clay. The object is part of the Corallo collection and is available in different sizes.

  • This hand-decorated ceramic vase features a stylized lapwing decoration, crafted following the ancient graffito technique on a white glaze, that undelines the orangish shades of clay. The piece is part of the Pavoncella collection and is available in three different versions.

  • This hand-decorated ceramic bowl, featuring stylised lapwings, is characterized by a white glaze graffito technique, underscoring the orange shades of clay. The ultramarine and shiny orange are added by painting directly on the graffito surface.

  • This hand-decorated ceramic plate, inspired by the marine world, is crafted with the ancient white glaze graffito technique that underlines the orange shades of clay. The artefact is part of the Corallo collection and it is available in different sizes.

The artisan

Kernos Ceramics is named after the ancient ritual incense burners, the .  Founded in Cagliari in 2003, it is a family-run company where hand-crafted ceramics are designed, crafted and sold. The workshop is characterized by quality, style and attention to detail. Collections are always new and original, still paying tribute to tradition. Artistic ceramics are bound to the territory through a continuous aesthetic research that aims at combining cultural heritage with innovation and modern taste.

The collection

The artefacts included in the collections range from furniture to tableware. The decorative subjects feature original zoomorphic patterns or are inspired by the island's cultural symbols, such as the lapwing, the flamingos, the coral, used to decorate different settings with different shapes. Colours enhance the freshness of natural beauties , such as the sea, the sun and the golden sands based on the personal taste of each craftsman.

The technique

The Pavoncelle, Graffiti and Corallo collections are created through the ancient art of Graffito, by engraving the pieces with hard tips. The piece baked twice, mounted on a pearl background, features orange and velvety shades. The ultramarines and the bright oranges are obtained by brush strokes to the graffiti technique. The production made with non-toxic materials is also intended for food use, as well as decorative use.

More details on the Mediterranean Crafts Archive

To get to know the territory, the techniques and the tools, visit the relevant section.

Where to find them

Indirizzo:
Kernos Ceramiche Via Pergolesi, 58 09128 Cagliari (CA)

E-mail: kernosceramiche@gmail.com

Telefono: +39 (0)70 401471 - +39 339 4701567

Sito web: www.kernosceramiche.com