An elegant ice-blue-white porcelain vase showing slight colour variations reflecting the melting and downward flow of the glaze that is accentuated by the iron oxide splash.This hand-built vase will add a perfect accent to any home. Works great for showing off a bouquet of flowers or display just on its own.
The vase was made with a UK porcelain and after biscuit firing the glaze was applied in several layers and then the piece was fired to 1300C. This makes it impermeable and very durable.
- All of my work is one-of- a-kind and made by hand.
- As with all my pottery, items are food, oven, microwave, and dishwasher safe.
- The vase measures approximately 22cm tall and 9cm wide.
- The bottom is impressed with my seal, the letter P, and its identity number 9735.
My interest in vases relates both to function, in displaying collections of flowers or other material, and to their sculptural potential. I enjoy designing for when the vase will remain empty and the appeal will be in its sculptural form, surface treatment and colour. This may be supplemented, as with this vase, by employing motifs from prehistoric cave paintings and iron oxide splashes, to add visual stimuli. Stamped textures provide surface contrasts to make the motifs appear slightly more graphic but the ice blue celadon glaze is more about subtle effects than strong contrast. However, this octagonal vase can also be a simple functional vessel and help the owner to create an original and eye-catching display with appropriate contents.
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