Bri's little feet came loose from the bottom then I unloaded her from my kiln. This happened because I was very inpatient, and opened the hot kiln too early in the cooling process, which caused the glaze to have a reaction. I repaired her feet with golden glue, in a way that's similar to the Kintsugi method. She is now stable, and you can see the golden glue around her feet, which looks quite charming. Bri the pot is offered with a discount.
– When you place separate orders on the same day, the double shipping costs will be refunded within 24 hours as the ceramics will be shipped out together.
NOTE FOR UK-BASED CUSTOMERS
As the UK is no longer part of the EU, customs are likely to be charged when you purchase from my shop. Unfortunately, I can't include this in the shipping fees. Your local mail company will charge the fee when applicable. For more info about international shipping to the UK, visit this page
The Pottery Parade's pots are thrown on the pottery wheel. Afterwards, they are sculpted and painted with lots of care, giving each of them their own unique character. The clay slips used for decoration are produced provided by Studio Noot & Swart based in Utrecht, The Netherlands.
Photography by Maxime Blankenzee.
Note that the colors on screen may differ from the actual object.