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Just three of Designed Opinions favorite porcelain pieces from the exquisite one and only design studio of wapa studio . (*click first image for full gallery*) With a paper thin delicate appearance each piece is adorned with intricately designed details, (as above) via the mini-vase series, which add a soft inviting confidence through todays home decor.

Ady Shapira is an experienced ceramist living in Moshav Avichail, Israel, a quiet little village surrounded with citrus orchards near the Mediterranean Sea. Once having had the first taste of hands on personal touch with the potters wheel, Shapira knew the direction in which to steer her budding career.

After focused ceramics studies at The Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem, the decision was put into action, opening the wapa studio of porcelain affairs; and her dream was brought to life.

Find all of the unique Ady Shapira creatives collection at Shapira’s web shop here. Read more About the designer here. Follow wapa studio creations on their Facebook Page.

Visit us again at, for more ceramic porcelain pottery and clay structures during the approaching Fall 2013 Season. Autumn is almost a traditional time of year home decor shifts into a fresh new flow, one which we will be exploring in the coming weeks…
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Cheerful porcelain mini cactus planters. 

A vivid  mini planters collection with colorful inlay stripes.

Handmade by WaPa Studio www.wapa.etsy.com

Jewelry collection - Bella.

Porcelain. Design by Wapa Studio.

jewelry collection - Flora.

Design by Wapa Studio.

Artful Dodger Variations (Series N.2).

Artful porcelain objects by Wapa Studio.

As a delicate and small bud vases trio or maybe as a new addition for your ceramic art collection. These contemporary porcelain containers are a result of my ongoing search for new ways of folding, assembling and transforming thin porcelain slabs into vivid objects. 

Each object is one of a kind and has its own unique curves and exceptional TWIST :) I used different kind of patterns, cut outs and some imagination to build the vessels.