A minimal, patterned handmade vase, in which the flowers sit behind a flat geometric plane. These work perfectly with a single stem, a small posy of flowers, or as a stand alone piece.
This collection of vases was developed out of a fascination with the interaction of architecture and the natural world; clean lines against organic shapes. The simple slab-built forms contrast with plants and flowers, with the flowers peeking out from behind the vase.
The front plane incorporates a fine layer of hand-coloured clay embedded into the surface, making each piece a one-off. This patterning process has gradually developed after becoming fascinated with Nerikomi - a traditional Japanese technique of layering coloured clay - as soon as I started working with pottery. You can find out more about my process, and see a short video here.
This vase has black and green hand-coloured clay, inlaid into white stoneware clay.
All of my work is carefully hand built in my studio in East Oxford. Each vase is fired twice at a high temperature. After firing, the outside is polished by hand to create a smooth satin surface. The inside and back is glazed with a lovely matte clear glaze, making them great with dried or fresh flowers.
Height – 8.8 cm
Width – 12.5 cm
Height: 5.8 cm
Each one comes wrapped in recycled tissue paper and tied with black and white string, so it’s all ready for gifting – perfect as a housewarming, birthday or anniversary present.
Each vase is made carefully by hand which means that they are all completely unique and individual pieces.
It is important to me as a maker to consider the environmental impact of my work. This is an ongoing process and I'm always looking for new ways to reduce the impact of my work. When sending out my work, all packaging is plastic -free. You can find out more about this here.
I offer free UK delivery on all orders over £45. Free local pick up can also be selected at checkout. You'll find full delivery and returns information here.
Please do contact me if you have any questions.
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