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Turitella Vases-Studio Collection

About this project

These vases are a marrying of sculpture and function, inspired by childhood beach combing for tower shells. Each piece emerges, twisting and flowing from the potters wheel, to become a vessel to hold one flower or stem.

Pricing

£65 — £250

Disciplines

Ceramics, Pottery

Materials

Ceramics
Tall turitella vases
Photographer: Matthew Booth Photography
A vase for one flower, inspired by tower shells found whilst beach combing as a child.
Small and medium turitella vases
Photographer: Matthew Booth Photography
Thrown in porcelain and finished with a bronze and oxide lustre rim
Turitella collection
Photographer: Matthew Booth Photography
Thrown vessels for one flower. Thrown porcelain, textured and finished with a gloss glaze and bronze lustre rim
Turitella vase and flat shallow bowl
Photographer: Matthew Booth Photography
Thrown and textured porcelain with a gloss glaze and oxide and bronze lustre rim
small and medium turitella
Photographer: Matthew Booth Photography
Thrown porcelain with a gloss glaze and an oxide and bronze lustre rim detail

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