This pottery flower vase is inspired by the wild flower meadows near where I live in Somerset.
Each one is hand thrown on Betty my pottery wheel in my log cabin studio in Somerset. With its comforting vintage jar shape you'll feel that you need to cup this beauty in both hands to get all the feels from the texture of the stoneware clay and the throwing rings from the pottery wheel.
Fill it with fresh or dried flowers and it will become a stunning centre piece in your home.
I hand decorate the vase by hand painting a house martin flying over a wild flower meadow. Colourful poppies, cow parsley and daisies are depicted all around the vase. I then double dip into my tin white and rose pink glazes representing the sunset sky and the fields.
The perfect gift for wild flower lovers this pottery vase evokes the beauty of wild flowers in Summer.
I make each piece on my pottery wheel in my Somerset studio making each piece unique and individual. I care deeply about our beautiful planet your vase will be packaged entirely from recycled paper and cardboard and can be recycled too.
Approx 13cm wide by 9cm high
As this is hand made the size and colour may vary slightly.
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Standard delivery: included
Receive it by 7th - 9th December
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The Thoughtful Potter
Small batch artisan stoneware pottery hand made in my log cabin studio in Somerset.
I create functional pottery that feels delicious to hold in your hands. Hand thrown on Betty my pottery wheel my pots are very tactile, you can feel the artisanal making processes in each one.
My work is inspired by my love of nature and the beautiful Somerset countryside where I live.
My pottery is decorated by either imprinting flowers into the clay or free painting flowers, birds or fungi and are finished in my range of unique hand mixed glazes.