A Korean Pottery Artisan, Seungki Min, is inspiring a soul to bridge the gap between preserving the cultural heritage of Korea and seeking artistic originality and individual expression by reinterpreting tradition with creative experiments.
Based on Korean Traditional Bunchoeng, his ceramics not only combine elegance and wit but also are characterized by conservative techniques when crafting ceramic items such as bowls, gift sets, home décor pieces, dinnerware, flowerpots, and vases.
- KOREAN TRADITIONAL STYLE REFLECTED IN MODERN INSPIRATION
- ARTFULLY HANDCRAFTED by A KOREAN MASTER CRAFTSMAN: shows the touch of a master craftsman
- SET INCLUDES: (6) Assorted Natural Color Spoon Chopsticks Fork Knife Rest - Assorted Pattern and Color, Size: 2 3/8 x 5/8 x 3/16 inches (L x W x H)
- Due to its handcrafted nature of this product, each piece is unique and might vary slightly in color
- Made in South Korea
Best Trend Award, 2010 Ichoen Trend Content Exhibition
Participation Award, 2008 Kwangju White Porcelain Contest Exhibit
Master Craftsman - Seungki Min
Ceramic Department, Kookmin University, Graduate School Graduation,
Bronze Award, 2007 Beautiful Korean Ceramic Contest Exhibit
Bronze Award, TOYA Tableware Festival
2012, Seungki Min Private Exhibition, Fifteen Gallery
2010 Yeoju World Living Ceramic Special Exhibition, "Ceramic Dining"
2007 World Ceramic Expo, Window Gallery
2002 Korean Craft & Design Foundation Exhibition, "Stationery"
2000 Canada '9357006-The Pot' Exhibition, Canada
Former: Kookmin University / Sookmyung Women's University, Instructor
Present: MINSEUNGKI Pottery operating