A sweet and simple elegant bottle form with a narrow opening. Made to display your wild picked flowers, or a posie from the farmer’s market - featuring peach, grey and ivory tones with flame marks where it was fired on its side. The small opening of this porcelain bud vase is perfect for 8-12 small stems, or a few woodier branches, and its small footprint helps it to fit in everywhere! Jazz up your night side table, or add a sweet touch to your windowsill. A great gift.
3” high, opening is 1.25” wide
High iron stoneware with porcelain slip.
59 hour anagama firing.
This piece was fired in a wood-burning kiln, using no electricity or gas. The interior of all my pieces are coated with a food safe glaze, while the outsides are left to be “self-glazed” by the ash, the flame, and the heat of the wood firing process. Their surfaces show dynamic stories that have been carved by hand, and then enhanced by the mark of the fire. The flame path licks and draws, rolls and wraps. Each piece highlights the firing’s history and displays the variation within each kiln load. Like people, no two pieces are ever the same.