NR Ceramics HIN Soup Bowl
Designed by Lee Nuri 🇰🇷
Whether you’re starting your day with a nutritious breakfast of yogurt and cereal or indulging in a hearty bowl of soup, this versatile Hin soup bowl is the perfect choice.
‘Hin’ means ‘jar’ or ‘pot’ in ancient Hebrew and was also used as a unit of measurement for liquid. The Hin collection expresses nature’s endlessly flowing lines as tableware. Designed differently for each product, the soft, atypical curves overlap to create a beautiful shape.
The pieces in the collection go well with a variety of foods, as they were made with practicality in mind in consideration of the food cultures of the East and the West. Carefully finished lines can sometimes become everyday objects.
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L15cm x W14cm x H5.5cm
Matte products may be vulnerable to scratches. It is recommended to use wooden cutlery.
Light colored porcelain surfaces and non-glazed parts are susceptible to stains if exposed to colored liquids for a long time. Do not leave in water for long periods of time, and wash as soon as possible after use.
When cleaning, use a cleaning tool made of a soft material. Scratches may occur when using metallic cleaning tools.
After washing, dry it well, and store it in a well-ventilated place.
It is not microwave or dishwasher-safe.
Please refrain from putting it in the oven or over an open flame, as it may cause cracks.
NR Ceramics is founded by artist Lee Nuri, with the objective of creating designs that blend harmoniously with their surroundings while promoting the importance of art and nature in everyday life. Her designs are intentionally understated and minimalist, allowing her ceramic pieces to effortlessly complement any space.