(reserved for May) Seconds Collection: Prickly Potato nr. 8
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Small, hand built ceramic sculpture with gold luster details
Size approximately between 2,5 cm and 4 cm
IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT THIS POTATO
This Prickly potato is missing three small spikes on the cactus. These parts have a small, white dot instead of a white spike (see image). She is offered with a small discount.
In November and December, all shop purchases over €50 EUR (equal to $50 USD) will receive a free handmade Christmas ornament. A black was chord will be included.
About the Lucky Potatoes
Lucky potatoes are small, handmade sculptures, made to bring luck and cheer to whoever owns them. Each potato includes an illustrated card with a small description (see image), making them great pieces to gift (or to keep to yourself:)
This piece is part of the Golden Dots Collection
Ceramics from the Golden Dots Collection are painted with luster details when they are finished, and then fired for a third time. The high temperatures in the kiln burn the luster and leave a bright, 24-carat gold layer on top of the glaze
- To keep shipping costs fair, single lucky potatoes are shipped via regular mail, without a tracking code. Purchases of 2 or more potatoes will be shipped with a tracking code.
– 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 sculptures are painted with lots of care, giving each of them their own unique character. The colored clay slips used for decoration are 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.