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1 Olive Oil bottle with landscape painting.


11 × 11 × 17 cm
350 gm
fine white stoneware


1 Olive Oil and vinegar ceramic bottle with landscape painting. This vinegar, oil or sauce bottle is great for serving and as a table centerpiece. Bottles include a cork.

As seen on Channel 4 Inside Out Homes Episode 3 July 2016!

This vinegar oil bottle has a shiny white glaze with a dreamy landscape horizon. The shiny glazes contrast with the raw, unglazed matte porcelain making it very tactile. Use with oils, sauces, vinegar, water, and dressings.

Ceramic vases are left to dry slowly and fired to high a kiln temperature. This ensures that all ceramics and pottery are dishwasher, microwave and frost proof, although they will keep their shine better if washed by hand. All glazes are lead free. Each vase is signed and completely individual.

Please note that the vases are hand glazed and individually painted onto each one. Yours won’t look exactly like the ones pictured, and they will be lovely and unique.

Weight 350 gm
Dimensions 11 × 11 × 17 cm
Care Instructions:

Dishwasher safe but hand washing is will retain the textural qualities in the glazes better.


The iconic Volvic water bottle attempts to depict the mountain landscape that their pure water comes from on their plastic bottle. The Atlas bottle range is inspired by a study of the history of bottle design, the different styles and functions. Mass production was rife in the 20th century and the early part of the 21st century and many objects found themselves discarded in over spills such as bric a brac sales, auctions and charity shops next to a Leo Sayer record and cut glass ashtray. This is a classic olive oil bottle and will sit well in any kitchen design. It would be a lovely new home gift or gift for some one who loves cooking.

Cost Time
Mainland UK £3.00 2 weeks
UK Highlands and Islands £3.00 2 weeks
Western Europe £7.00 2 weeks
Rest of Europe £7.00 2 weeks
USA and Canada £10.00 3 weeks
Far East / Australia-NZ £10.00 3 weeks
Worldwide £10.00 3 weeks

Artist Return Policy : This item cannot be returned.

Under the consumer contract regulations, you have the right to cancel your order up to 14 days from the day you receive your goods.
You could notify us of your wish to cancel the order by emailing us, and then you have further 14 days from the date you notify to return the goods.

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Should you choose to return or exchange your order you will need to deliver the item(s) to the UK, where this seller is based.

Helen Rebecca ceramics

Helen‘s ceramic work embraces the crossover space between art, craft and design. She makes objects that question our sense of what is familiar and what is functional.
She makes subtle, playful changes to familiar objects and styles creating surprising and curious pieces. Her work is tactile and sensory. It is about the surfaces, textures and shapes of everyday things: of displaced objects, their origins and stories. Molten and cooled glazes form the surfaces of objects. Glossy, satin, matte and dry glazes flow, fuse and compose imagery from chemistry. Glazes hint of aquascapes, or places where scale and form are less obvious and so the work gives way to an exploratory feel. Her current work explores the idea of what a vase form is through her slab built work.
Material process:
Working in clay is an absorbing process. It is a slow moving material that inspires patience and delicacy to bring it to its final state. The processes Helen uses are slip casting, hand building with slabs, inlaid and pressed textures. The glazes are applied by dipping or painting and layered onto other glazes to create unique results. Melting glazes has become a theme about capturing a moment in time. Like a rock or crystal structure that was cooled or compressed leaving it in that shape for millennia, a glaze melts and drips until the temperature drops in the kiln and the glaze stops on the pot.

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