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L270xW100xH30mm, China

The pattern for this cookie mould is that of a lotus plant.
The Buddhist believes that the lotus is the purest of plant, it shoot up from the muddy pond but yet it has the ability to keep any dirt from attaching.

Amongst the unique pottery, you will also find Mountain Folkcraft’s collection at the Cobo Ceramic Workshop X’mas Sale.

1/F Fortune Court, 33 Morrison Hill Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

5 – 9 Dec 2014 (Fri – Tue)


This X’mas we are honored to have our items at the Cobo Ceramic Workshop X’mas Sale.

Don’t miss out on the beautiful handmade pottery and traditional folkart from Mountain Folkcraft.

1/F Fortune Court
33 Morrison Hill Road

5 – 9 Dec 2014 (fri – sat)
open from 13:00 – 18:00

For all the contemporary pottery collectors and coffee lover, a charity event will be held @InBetween and @Common Ground starting this Saturday the 15th to the 30th.

A selection of beautiful unique handmade mugs by artists from the Cobo Ceramic Workshop will be on sale,
50% of the selling price will be donated to Children Cancer Foundation HK.

Be sure not to miss out!

6b Tai Ping Shan Street
Sheung Wan

19 Shing Wong Street


We are honored to have a series of work by ceramic artist Chris Lo for Mountain Folkcraft.

Chris Lo is a local ceramic artist.  Graduated with a bachelor’s degree from the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 1990. Chris has been specializing in ceramics since 1993.  Three years later, he founded Cobo Ceramic Workshop and continue to explore the relationship among man, time and space which are well expressed in his work.  Chris has participated in numerous exhibitions in Hong Kong, China, Taiwan, Japan and Europe. His works are collected by the Hong Kong Museum of Art, the Hong Kong Heritage Museum, the National Museum of Chinese History (Beijing) and private collectors.

Catch the Collide / Converge exhibition to see Chris and other’s ceramic sculpture before it closes on the thur the 28th.

Watch this space for the following days to see the collection!


“In the beginning, all is without form and void.  Subsequent to collision, interaction and convergence, order is created; form and cognition appeared.  That’s how our story begins.

Seven individuals; seven entangled minds converged through clay and expressed in one exhibition.

Akin to many urbanites, we live with heavy workloads and pressure in everyday life.  Pottery cleanses our souls; mends cracks of regrets left behind as we grow up; clears tangled thoughts; awakens the seed of creativity buried deep within us.  It nourishes our lives.”


14 – 28.08.2014
(tue – sun, 13:00 – 18:00)

Pottery Workshop Gallery
G/F, 24 Upper Station Street,
Sheung Wan,
Hong Kong

COBOIf you still havent been, hurry up and get yourself some nice pottery from the Cobo Ceramic Workshop!
The event will end this Saturday.

bowlsDIA130xH50mm, Hong Kong

White slip-glaze wash finish on black clay from Shigaraki Japan.
Inner side is glazed with a special crackle glaze named 浮花.


Come to see the items before the event ends at the end of March!


W250xL350xH80mm, Hong Kong

A large plate is perfect for dinner parties, salads, pasta, etc instantly looks mouth watering even when they are simply tossed into the container.

A press mould oval shape dish with black underglaze drawing and a top clear glaze.
Iron oxide wash on the outside of the plate.
The groggy clay body  which enhance interesting texture after scrapping when the clay body is dry.


DIA90xH170mm, Hong Kong

For the Something Old Something New joint event, a bottle with lid  in real gold and blue barium glaze finish (not food safe).  Wheel thrown in one piece, lid is then cut from the body.  Gold is applied after the stoneware firing,  refire to a lower temperature of 750 C.

This dream like bottle made me think of Calvino’s Invisible City.

candle holder

DIA100xH140mm, Hong Kong

The joint venture with Soil and Cobo is still on till the end of the month, if you are interested in contemporary pottery come and take a look!

For me, these candle shades are like a father and son having a conversation with each other.

These candle shades are unglazed white stoneware, wheel thrown and then distorted, they are then carefully hand carved to get the openings for light.