Ceramic Mussel Shell Pinch Pot

Minnie-Mae Studio

£36.50 Delivery included

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    • 22nd February
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    • 1st - 5th March

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  • Made in UK
  • Handmade
Ceramic Mussel Shell Pinch Pot
Ceramic Mussel Shell Pinch Pot
Ceramic Mussel Shell Pinch Pot
Ceramic Mussel Shell Pinch Pot
Description

Hand formed single ceramic mussel shell pinch pot

Featuring mother of pearl lustre

One of my favourite things to do is stroll along the beach in Margate, picking up shells. Mussel shells are always in abundance, and the pearly monochrome is such a lovely contrast to the sand.

Variations will occur from shell to shell as each is handmade.

Need to know

Approx 10cm long

(picture shows the front and back of one shell)

Delivery

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Standard delivery: included
Receive it by 1st - 5th March

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Minnie-Mae Studio

Kent

I am based in the Kent seaside town of Margate, creating and producing ceramics, printed textiles and interior decoration.

British seaside landscapes, the history of London, Greek mythology, Italian kitsch decoration, East end markets and British vegetable growing culture inspire and inform my imagery and exploration of design, resulting in a healthy obsession with columns, peas and seashells. My hand-crafted ceramics are objects of empowerment, designed to evoke nostalgia and strength, whilst focusing on classical design.

After the birth of our son Vincent, I decided to revisit my love of design and began to attend the drop-in classes at Clayspace. I found my calling and instantly began to spend all my waking hours there. I’ve not stopped since and most of my time is usually spent creating handmade ceramic pieces from inspiration and explorations.