Happy and Sad Little Cup

Katch Skinner

£28.50 Delivery included

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    • Order placed
    • 23rd April
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    • 26th April
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    • Standard delivery
    • 30th April - 2nd May

Credentials

  • Made in UK
  • Handmade
Description

Happy and Sad Cups are hand painted and sculpted, with one side happy and the other side sad.
Can also be used for so many things from a scoop of ice cream or yogurt, sugar or a small house plant to, jewellery bowls and more!

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Made, painted and fired by me in West Yorkshire.
Each one takes over a week to create, as it is first slip cast and carved and fettled, before being under-glazed and hand painted. It is bisque fired for two days in the kiln, then glazed, then finally re-fired – for a truly unique and distinctively handcrafted finish. Please note: The handmade nature of these pieces means that some variation in colour and form is to be expected.

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Standard delivery: included
Receive it by 30th April - 2nd May

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Katch Skinner

Katch Skinner

hebden bridge, West Yorkshire

I use all sorts of hand building and mould making for slip casting . Each earthenware piece is unique, using hand painted underglazes, slips for mono printing and sgraffito. I love ceramics - all types and processes, taking the wet clay and changing it be something totally different from its original state. There is still an excitement for me every time I go to open the kiln, I am always learning from it, it’s a medium that keeps you on your toes and has an addictive alchemy.