A beautifully unique vase that holds a smaller bouquet or some pretty stems. It will look stunning empty on your shelf and equally enjoyable with some blooms.
Glazed with a shiny transparent interior and then diagonally dipped in a pale green glaze followed by a light blue diagonally the other way. The top of the vase is left unglazed so that there is a stunning contrast of the rough clay with the semi matt glaze bleeding into it. Each vase is individually glazed so that the glazes will have their own individual markings and character.
90MM X 155MM
Due to their handmade nature, colours and sizes may vary slightly from images shown.
Each piece is hand-thrown on my potter’s wheel in my garden studio in Wiltshire. It starts from a ball of clay that is thrown on to the wheel and then the shape is formed by hand. The following day your piece is trimmed and left to slowly dry over the following week. When dry your piece is fired to bisque ware at 1000 degrees and left to cool. All my glazes are mixed up from dry ingredients to my own unique glazes. When the bisque ware is removed from the kiln I then apply the glaze from pouring and dipping the piece. The base is then wiped clean of any glaze and put into the kiln for its final firing to 1260 degrees. Once cooled I unload your piece from the kiln and it is carefully wrapped in paper bubble wrap, tissue paper and placed into an eco friendly box protected with corn-starch loose fill. I try and keep all packaging to a minimum but wrap it safely and as kind to the environment as possible. They are then safe to travel to their new homes.