Hand sculpted & hand painted vase, dipped in a transparent glaze.
Size Eslem approximately 30 cm high and 8 cm wide.
Size Elise approximately 20 cm high and 8 cm wide.
About the making process
Eslem & Elise the vases are hand built with much care and love, from a pre-designed sketch. In this technique, two clay slabs of similar shapes are carefully bent several times during the drying process, and then attached together. The edges are then strengthened with a role of fresh clay, after which the piece is finished off with a wet sponge and sculpting tools and painted by hand. I have learned this technique from Noot & Swart studio in Utrecht and have been using it more frequently lately. What I love about this technique is that it lets you explore new shapes and designs easily as you get to realize any drawn shape in a ceramic pot or vase.
IMPORTANT SHIPPING NOTES
– Due to the current situation around the COVID-19 virus there may be a delay in the delivery of your purchase, depending on your location. I recommend you to check your local mailing company for detailed information.
– 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.
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 colored clay slibs used for decoration are produced provided by Studio Noot & Swart based in Utrecht, The Netherlands.
Note that the colors on screen may differ from actual object.