Pastel Cereal Bowl and Mug Set by Elnaz Nourizadeh

Pastel Cereal Bowl and Mug Set by Elnaz Nourizadeh


Each of Elnaz’s mugs and tumblers is individually hand thrown and painted with high quality food-safe glazes.

Elnaz’ pieces are unique and may have slight imperfections which make them even more special!

They are dishwasher safe but hand washing is recommended.

*Mug and bowl sold separately

Approximate dimensions:

Cereal bowl: Diameter 16cm | Height 5.5cm

Mug: Diameter 8cm | Height 10cm

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Elnaz Nourizadeh

Elnaz moved to Melbourne from Iran in 2013.

Her first introduction to pottery was during high school. She continued to practice on and off throughout the years, however, it wasn’t until finishing university that she began her career as a ceramicist.

Elnaz studied Industrial Design in Tehran. After graduating from university, she became her ceramic teacher’s assistant and began her professional career as a ceramist. She was mentored by one of Iran’s leading ceramicists and sculptors Maryam Salour. This mentorship brought ideas of European history, minimalism, modernism and truth of form.

In 2013 Elnaz set up her own studio in Ripponlea and established her small business ‘Elnaz Ceramics’ which provides handmade quality ceramic wares in Melbourne. Her tableware is inspired by nature and is high quality, unique pieces of art: the goal being to bring modern art into everyday life.

Elnaz’s artwork is recognisable by its vivid use of colour and contrast, which came from a rebellion against Iran’s traditional use of “blue”.

She creates both sculpture and functional ceramics using clay/ceramics and other materials such as wood and metal. Elnaz’s modern designs represent both emotions and motion; her ideas expressed in irregular, and often asymmetric, vessel shapes, as well as through combinations of different glazes and colours.

Elnaz has displayed her ceramics in both Melbourne and Iran in exhibitions such as the Iranian Ceramic Biennial, Toorak Village Sculpture Exhibition and the Association of Sculptors Victoria Annual & Awards Exhibition, Melbourne. In 2016 Elnaz won the Art Almanac Prize at the 2016 Association of Sculptors Victoria Annual and Awards Exhibition for her sculpture The Eye.

Her work has been featured in Frankie Magazine, and she has also been profiled in the the Design FilesCuckoo Magazine and in Venice Clay Artists .