Flowers At Columbia Road, Market Vase

Helen Beard

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    • Order placed
    • 17th June
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    • 21st June
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    • Standard delivery
    • 25th - 26th June
    • Express delivery
    • 24th - 25th June

Credentials

  • Made in UK
  • Handmade
Description

Illustrated vase: Columbia Road flower market on a Sunday morning. Inspired by the colourful flowers and charming characters of London's famous Eastend market.

Handmade English Bone China.

Need to know

Vase dimensions 17.5cm h. x 11.5cm w.

Made in Stoke-on-Trent, the heartland of British ceramics.

Helen’s Dailyware pots are slip-cast from moulds of her wheel thrown forms. They are then bisque-fired, glazed and glaze-fired before being decorated with special lithographically printed ceramic decals of her hand-painted illustrations. A third and final firing melts the artwork into the glaze, so that it is tough enough for dishwashers, microwaves and everyday use.

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Standard delivery: included
Receive it by 25th - 26th June

Express delivery: £5.00
Receive it by 24th - 25th June

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Helen portrait in studio, storefront image

Helen Beard

Islington, London

Helen Beard is an internationally acclaimed ceramicist and illustrator. She takes inspiration from the world around her and sketches charming and whimsical scenes from our everyday lives. Her 'Dailyware Collection' is hand made in Stoke-on-Trent, using fine English bone china. Her simple ceramic shapes form the canvas for her playful illustrations, portraying her observations of contemporary life.