Double walled hollow vessel thrown by hand on the pottery wheel. The top surface is trimmed to create the ringed pattern which is then accentuated by a rich green glaze.
The main body is glazed in a brown glaze which has created interesting black/dark brown patterns as it flows during the firing. On the underside there are some gentle undulations where the glaze has started to form drips.
Not designed with any specific purpose but looks visually stunning on a shelf or sideboard; each piece is unique.
Thrown in one piece on the wheel these vessels start life upside down where two walls are pulled up and joined together leaving an empty void in between similar to how a thermos flask looks. This is then manipulated to create the form shown. Further trimming refines the shape. It is then bisque fired, glazed and then fired up to 1260'C.
Size: 7.5cm tall, 10.5cm wide
The piece has a small pin hole in the base. This allowed air to escape during the drying and firing processes to stop the piece exploding.
The double walled vessels came from experimenting with closed forms such as salt pigs. With air trapped in the hollow form you can manipulate the clay to create unusual shapes and bulkier forms.
Shipping & delivery
This item will be posted to you by Chris Haigh Ceramics within 3 days of receiving payment.
|Shipping destination||Cost||Additional items|
Returns & Shipping Policy
You have 14 days, from receipt, to notify the seller if you wish to cancel your order or exchange an item.
Unless faulty, the following types of items are non-refundable: items that are personalised, bespoke or made-to-order to your specific requirements; items which deteriorate quickly (e.g. food), personal items sold with a hygiene seal (cosmetics, underwear) in instances where the seal is broken; digital items.
Please note that if your order is being posted outside mainland UK, you (or the recipient) may have to pay customs or VAT charges and a handling fee. The seller is not responsible for any charges or fees that may incur.