ERADU Ceramics was established by London-based ceramicist Eva Radulova, in 2015 straight after Eva completed her MA in Stoke-on-Trent, the heart of the UK ceramic industry.
Eva loves working with both bone china and porcelain, appreciating the pure-white colour of bone china and the opportunities for producing fine colour variations with porcelain.
Eva is inspired by the challenge of making new, modern pieces, which fuse traditional techniques with innovative design. In her work Eva seeks inspiration from tradition, as well as following the latest trends, in order to make work which meets the needs of modern life.
The innovative shape of Eva’s sake cups and sake jug are inspired by the traditional Japanese tripod cup design and the Kanagawa Wave, a famous 19th century woodblock print by Japanese artist Hokosai. Eva loves the way that an image can be reimagined as a three dimensional object.
Clear lines indicate minimalistic silhouettes in the New Pour Over Coffee Set by ERADU Ceramics. The Set is part of elegant tableware collection named Urban Simplicity.
The shapes naturally emerged from the sake set. In the current collection you can see clearer lines and minimalistic silhouettes in the shapes of cups and carafe. The tripod shape is still fascinating for Eva. The waves are more discreet and disappear into dripping ripples of the brewing coffee.
But let’s not forget the notion of tea for one as this set also offers pleasant vessels for an enjoyable experience.
Our MEET THE MAKER event with Design Factory is on Sunday 20th August so do pop this date in your diary and come along to meet her and the other designer/makers taking part.