Thrown by hand on my potter's wheel before being glazed in a glaze that at long last I've settled on calling Saltmarsh. The glaze surface is made up of variegated colours ranging from deep blues through sea blues to churny whites, breaking warm brown-maroon on sharper edges and where it pools a little thicker on one side. Kind of crazy how so many colours can reveal themselves from a single recipe, but there we are: the magic of glaze.
This vase would be perfect for a sprig of wildflowers, dried or freshly cut. It's been glazed on the inside and is therefore completely watertight. It's stamped on the bottom with my makers mark and is made from a durable, high-fire stoneware clay.
24cm x 8cm at widest point
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