The Birth of Nanoha Ceramics

From being introduced to pottery as a way of later be known escapism, the inclusiveness of the art was instantly found.


The brainchild of Sandra Sandor in collaboration with Natalia Nemes’ studio Noha: Nanoha started out as a passion project with no business plan and no long term goal of capital. The birth of Nanoha brings an even more feminine edge to the brand as it attracts the same values and qualities. Originated from the ancient Japanese technique Raku, many pieces come alive from the special chemical processes that are undergone from the time-consuming combination of burning glazes, burying them in the ground and then washing them into their true form. With every Nanoha piece unlike the other, this line of ceramics brings a completely individual identity to the brand.


From being introduced to pottery as a way of later be known escapism, the inclusiveness of the art was instantly found as well as the intriguing manner of the technique which gave Sandra an even deeper interest in pottery as a whole. After taking a few sessions with a clay wheel, it had been noted that pottery had a very feminine aurora to the art as it brings strong connections to female values and qualities - the same aspects that Nanushka supports. As pottery is now being seen as the new pilates of internal calmness and relaxing beliefs, it brings a sense of presentness to the energy around the art, as one little move can trigger a whole different finished vision of a piece.  


The collection revolves around earthy tones, some may say similar shades to steamy cups of Caffè Americano you would find in the Nanushka cafe. The layers of colors truly represent the organic spirit that the collection brings to the mind, body, and soul of the seeker. Splashes of emerald green with layers of eccentric, yet creamy purples bring an eclectic concept to the collection with other beautiful color pallets of deep browns, turquoise and crème brûlée golds. The pieces will be available in 7 different shapes and sizes according to various warm drinks served from espresso shots, matcha lattes and matcha teas, along with other long caffeinated choices.

The most special aspect of the collection is that every piece is truly one of a kind, with no other exact replica possible. Therefore, the Raku pieces will only be available in the Nanushka Budapest Flagship store, as they can only be produced twice per year.

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