Kaiketsu Vessel in Ceramic with Chalk Glaze by Asobimasu Clay
Low Kaiketsu Vessel in Ceramic with Chalk Glaze by Asobimasu Clay
A uniquely designed vessel to accomodate your own ikebana inspired creations. Wheel thrown in stoneware and finished with glaze. Available in three sizes and three glazes.
Kate Brouwer is a Melbourne based florist and ceramic artist. She creates experimental ceramic sculptures and vessels that intertwine functionality with nature and form.Drawing inspiration from Australian native bushland, Kate is inspired by the changing landscape of our open desserts and dense forests. With functionality at the forefront of her process, she creates simple yet bold vessels that provide spaces for nature to become the living artwork within.
This product is made in collaboration with Modern Times, exclusively for The New Heirlooms.
The New Heirlooms is a series of highly covetable, affordable, artist-made pieces. Gift your loved ones a New Heirloom, to treasure now and in years to come.
– Exclusively available at Modern Times
– Artist-made by hand in Australia
– Limited numbers available
– Free Gift Wrap
Low 120 x 175 x 175mm, Small 80 x 135 x 135mm, Tall 155 x 195 x 195mm
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