small vase – southwold 3


this vase is 9cm at the highest point and 6 cm wide at it”s widest.  you can use it as a vase, or leave it as it is and if you want to you could use it for something else. buy why use it, why not just love it.   part of my signature southwold collection. (please note the vases in the images may not be identical to the main product image which is the vase that is offered here.)

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the southwold collection is my signature line.  the yellow and teal blending into a coastal dream of the past or the future.  these vases take  time to make as one fault in the glass and it will won’t drop to form the vase. opening the kiln after the drop is an exciting moment as you can see how the pattern has reformed itself after dropping through the aperture in the bisque doughnut.

if you are wondering how these delicate little vases are made then you need to think doughnuts. Firstly, a flat blank if fired with the design in place. The blank is then suspended over a doughnut of bisque clay and the kiln works it’s magic. the three photographs below show you a very quickly taken shot of a vase dropping. this happens at over 700 degrees and takes nearly three hours to achieve. and that’s after 5 hours to get to temperature and another 16 hours to cool down! 

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Additional information

Weight .1 kg
Dimensions 6 × 6 × 9 cm