Quirky and urban design objects available in five colours to brighten any interior by Taz Pollard
Available in neon pink, orange, yellow, green or blue
1 to 3 vases: 2-3 weeks
4 to 20 vases: 3-5 weeks
over 20 vases: 5-7 week
DELIVERY & PRICE
Swiss deliveries: Royal Mail / La Poste
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The drainpipe vases are available in round or square shapes in five different colours. They combine slip casting and wheel techniques. The production is completely handmade and follows a rigorous process. The vases are shaped in moulds made of plaster, go through the kiln for a first passage, are being glazed in the inside then in the outside and go back into the kiln. Each vase is then manually dipped into rubber and eventually trimmed in a final step. The amount of material used during the transformation process is impressive and the overall process takes several days to be completed
With its vibrancy and urban style, the Bucket vase is a great piece of contemporary design that will add character to any room. Taz mixes ultra-modernity and traditional ceramics with harmony and great skill. This gem comes in five different colours and is entirely handmade. In her north Devon studio, Taz uses both slip casting and wheel technique throughout the demanding production process.
The vases are shaped in moulds made of plaster, go through the kiln for a first passage, are glazed inside and outside, before finally going back into the kiln. Each vase is then manually dipped into rubber and trimmed. This beautiful transformation takes place over several days, creating a unique piece of design.
17cm x 14cm (h x w)
Available in Neon Pink, Orange, Yellow, Green or Blue
Ceramics, Glaze, Rubber solution
A specialist rubber solution has been used to colour the vase. Please treat the rubber with care. Wipe clean both the ceramics and the rubber gently and do not leave in direct sunlight. Please take care not to pull the rubber away from the ceramic. An aftercare service is available if any of the rubber gets damaged.
“I like the sharpness of neon colours and their contrast with pure white.”
Taz Pollard is a ceramicist based in North Devon, England. Her design pieces combine traditional pottery skills with a contemporary and urban style. Neon colours and mixing material is her trademark.