Decorate your table with a beautiful handmade ceramic Long Leaf plate from Hadas’ Mud Studio. This unique serving dish is made by hand using red clay.
Hadas shapes each plate based on leaves from the trees surrounding her home. She uses red clay and glazes each piece with a transparent glaze that brings out the clay’s beauty and gives the finished dish an organic feel.
You can use the Long Leaf plate as a decorative item or to serve food. We love the look of several Long Leaf plates to serve hor devours and finger foods like olives and stuffed grape leaves!
The Long Leaf plates make a stunning addition to your tabletop collection and a thoughtful gift to friends and loved ones.
Each piece is handmade with love in Israel. Slight variances can be expected, such as the approximate size of each plate.
Dishwasher safe but still advisable to wash by hand and treat with care.
Not recommended for microwave or oven
Each piece is handmade with love in Israel, and slight variances can be expected, making each one truly one of a kind!
35 x 9 cm / 13.77 x 3.54 inches
Artisanal Leafscape Plate
Mud Studio is a boutique ceramic studio in Moshav, Kfar Aviv. Hadas XX owns it. Hadas is not only a ceramic artist but, first and foremost, a wife to Ido and a mom to Shaked and Omar.
Hadas began her creative journey as a young girl when she joined her mother at a pottery class. The experience left a lasting impression on the young girl, although she explored other areas of creativity following high school.
Hadas studied architecture and interior design and worked in the field for over a decade. Her return to ceramics was a happy coincidence. She gifted herself ceramics lessons for her 32nd birthday, and she immediately felt at home, and her passion for clay was reignited! She threw herself into learning ceramic techniques and exploring her creativity.
Following the joyful birth of her son Omar, Hadas took a courageous leap of faith and opened Mud Studio to pursue her dream of creating with clay. She draws her inspiration from the natural beauty of Israel. The trees surrounding her home inform her creative choices, and the objects she creates reflect the Holy Land.
Hadas is eager to share the beauty of ceramics. In addition to creating exquisite handmade, one-of-a-kind objects, she also loves to teach ceramics to others who, like her, are enchanted with the creativity of clay.