Product focus: Churchill’s Kintsugi

Churchill's Kintsugi interprets the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with dusted lacquer.

Using innovative print technology, Churchill’s Kintsugi collection interprets the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with dusted lacquer.

The collections offers a contemporary take on hand-crafted ceramics, with the intricate crackled design created during the print process resulting in each piece being unique.

Kintsugi brings a Japanese aesthetic to tables.

Churchill’s creative director Erich Rommelrath explains: “Our extensive industry food and interior trend research shows that chefs and outlets are looking for artistic patterning and so our latest launch is designed to cater for that. Kintsugi has a refined appearance that combines subtle design elements to create a delicate but distinct pattern”.

The collection comes in a shade of Agate Grey.

Available in a subtle shade of Agate Grey the range provides a premium canvas for sophisticated food presentation. Decorated underglaze on Churchill’s Super Vitrified body, the collection also performs to British hospitality standards, suiting the demands of professional service.

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