3 Vases for dried flowers and eternal roses - Stoneware - Handmade • Rock Rock Collection
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At first glance, it's obvious: these 3 Rock vases stand out. Cement gray clay and a raw surface full of character combine to offer a contemporary yet rustic style that enhances your everlasting bouquets and dried flowers with individuality.
3 vases :
Vase 1 : Ø 15 cm • H 17 cm
Vase 2 : Ø 10 cm • H 14 cm
Vase 3 : Ø 9 cm • H 14 cm
Note: This vase is not designed to hold fresh flowers
|color of the clay||Light grey|
|Manufacturing process||Wheel Thrown|
• A handmade stoneware decorative vase with cement-like texture for your dried flowers, branches, everlasting bouquets or artificial flowers •
This Rock vase with its matte surface, original texture and modern color is unique and trendy. Its size, material and shape make it a perfect match for other vases in the collection to bring harmony to your home decor.
Decorate your entrance, your living room or your dining room by placing in this vase beautiful bouquets of dried flowers, branches or even better, a magnificent bouquet of everlasting flowers. The floral arrangements will be particularly well highlighted. Catch the eye with a beautiful and sophisticated handmade decoration.
• The choice of clay: a matte vase in trendy chamotte stoneware •
For the hand throwing of Elephantom.Design’s Rock Collection vases, I chose a ceramic clay that is generally used for hand modelling of sculptures. I chose a clay with grog added, obtained from pulverized earthenware. The grog helps to solidify the clay and is often essential when the ceramist undertakes the creation of large pieces.
To shape these vases, it is the contrast of the grog intimately mixed with the ceramic paste that interested me. A texture which, although more difficult to throw because the grog grates your hands during the throwing, allows to obtain items which provide amazing sensations. Once tested, it quickly became one of my favorite clays.
By adding materials, this clay has a higher vitrification point, requiring a higher kiln temperature to make it fully waterproof. The color of the pieces also darkens at its maximum firing temperature. I took the decision for these vases to focus only on their aesthetics and to fire them at a lower temperature. This is what allowed this cement gray color. As a result, these pretty vases will not be able to hold your bouquets of fresh flowers in water but will sublimate your bouquets of eternal roses, your dried flowers, branches and artificial flowers.