An elegant, palest blue white porcelain bowl with colour variations reflecting the melting and flow of the glaze into the stamped markings. Inside there is brush-applied iron oxide decoration, texture marks and a light imprint of a raised hand. The bowl was thrown with a UK porcelain, after biscuit firing and glazing the piece was fired to 1300C to make it impermeable and very durable. This bowl is perfect for breakfast cereal or fruit. Alternatively it could simply be displayed just for its subtle decorative appearance.
- All of my work is one-of- a-kind and made by hand.
- The bowl measures approximately 7cm tall and 17cm wide and is food, oven, microwave, and dishwasher safe.
- The bottoms is impressed with my seal, the letter P, and its identity number 9137.
I am intrigued by Oriental ceramics and delicate celadon glazes such as those from Song dynasty. I have been trying to obtain the pale ice-blue colour that can be found on special pieces. There are only certain parts of the kiln where the effect can be achieved but customer feedback encourages me to refine the process. I really like the whole process of throwing and shaping bowls. There is plenty of scope for freedom of expression with surfaces for dynamic brushed treatment. When the bowl is turned over there is subtle textural decoration, more iron oxide decoration and an individual stamped pot number. This bowl would make a personal statement on a table or shelf with or without contents and invites conversation and handling. Equally it could be directly functional for showing off the colours of summer fruits.
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This item will be posted to you by Leslie Parrott Studio Ceramics within 5 days of receiving payment.
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