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Helen Levi - I just love all of her pieces

Helen Levi - Oh, why didn't I think of this? We even experimented with different color clays! I just made a stupid ball!

Glaze: this is a really ideas Black & White Ombre Modified Cylinder Vase

Thrown porcelain agateware

Thrown porcelain agateware

artnau Rimma Tchilingarian - artnau

Rimma Tchilingarian

The Berlin-based Rimma Tchilingarian design studio has created a collection of vases so simple that the design almost goes unnoticed. The collection is a study of porcelain: a material with a rich history associated with many ancient civilizations

JUDITH DE VRIES, colored porcelain. Made out of French porcelain clay from limoges, mixed with different colour pigments. The bottom parts of her vessels are often thrown, the top part built up by slabs with complex decorative patterns made piece by piece with multiple strips of coloured clays. Glazed interior. Burnishing w/wet and dry paper after final firing obtains a softly smooth surface.

The ceramic work of Judith de Vries is made out of French porcelain clay from limoges, which she mixes with different colour pigments. The bottom parts of her vessels and bowls are often thrown on.

MINTY WARES | Simplicity will always win.  MID MOD & MORE: ORGANIC FORMS BY ETTORE SOTTSASS: vases from the "Fischietto" series (model no. 592 & no. 610) produced by the Società Ceramica Toscana di Figline for Galleria Il Sestante, Italy, 1960s & lidded vase, model no. 386 manufactured by Bitossi, for Galleria Il Sestante, Italy, circa 1965

Memphis-Milano: Italian Design The Memphis Group was an Italian design and architecture group founded in Milan by Ettore Sottsass in 1981 that designed Post Modern furniture, fabrics, ceramics,.

Hand-thrown Stoneware Black & White Brushed Ombre Vases. Black & White Ombre Glaze Surface. Cylinder Vase. Sheldon Ceramics. Cone 10 Ceramics. Los Angeles. Clay

Black & White Ombre Cylinder Vases

Hand-thrown Stoneware Black & White Brushed Ombre - dip black then sponge white over.

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