HAND CRAFTED CERAMICS

MY NEW SPRING COLLECTION

I am so pleased to share with you my new Spring Collection! Its been a big step for me to let go of my pastel works (which I still love dearly), a range that I have created for almost a decade and move on to a new, bold collection.

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I love to reinvent things, and this collection is just that. The same forms that I created all those years ago are now being reborn, slip cast much thicker with rich, earthy glazes to finish them off. Their individual charm and form is created when each piece is removed from the mould and carefully manipulated to create irregular quirks.

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The colours are a nod to the past, to the 1980’s Temuka pottery I used to eat my porridge out of, refreshed to a rustic, modern form.

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There are three sizes in the collection; Small Dipping, Medium Soup and Large Salad, with a large round platter and lunch plates soon to be added. Each size is available in four different glazes: Toffee, Blueberry, Raspberry and Olive and are individually stamped on the base.

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Get in touch these ways:

email: zekiah@gmail.com orĀ facebook

 

MY PREVIOUS WORK

CANDY BOWLS

These bowls are double slip cast from New Zealand white porcelain clay from Matauri Bay and high fired to 1200 degrees.

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BAMBINA VESSELS

The Bambina Vessels are created with the same slip cast method as the Candy Bowls. The Bambina are highly fired and left unglazed which gives them a matte appearance once sanded and finished. They look beautiful in clusters, in a line on a mantle or the centrepiece of a table.

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