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Ceramic Bottle ceramic Vase Gift Set


7 × 6 × 13 cm
600 gm
Ceramic, fine white stoneware

8 in stock

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Ceramic bud vases – 1 x Vinegar bottle, 1 x Paneled Square bottle and 1 x Milk bottle. A lovely table center decoration, or mantle piece feature. ceramic vase bottles are stoneware high fired to 1225 degrees which gives ceramic a nice ‘ring’.

These handmade ceramic bottle vases are cast from a collection of bottles. They are a study of glass bottle design over the centuries. How do they look together? Bottles from completely different times in history were collected and plaster cast into moulds to make ceramic bottles. Bottles sit together as a collection, despite having different origins and functions, like objects in a charity shop or auction house. Our culture is full of disparate objects. The landscape glaze painting is inspired by the mountain scene pure water source depicted on the modern Volvic bottle, which is so at odds with the plastic it is moulded from. The collection of bottle vases is about our perception of design, style, function and history.

The shiny glazes contrast with the raw, unglazed matte ceramic making it very tactile. Use with flowers, foliage cuttings, leaves and stalks, it is versatile as a vase

Weight 600 gm
Dimensions 7 × 6 × 13 cm
Care Instructions:

Wash with warm soapy water. Dishwasher if you have to.


Landscape ceramic vases are cast from a collection of original 20th Century glass bottles. The 20th century was awash with over production and a materialistic culture. Bottles and objects were cast adrift from their different eras. Different bottle designs and styles were reused and re sold before ending up in over spills such as antique auctions or charity shop shelves, awash with other random objects. This collection is an attempt to unify disparate objects from distant styles.
Bottle vase glaze design is inspired by the embossed landscapes on plastic water bottles that attempt to depict the vast and pure origins of mountain waters, yet in plastic bottles which are so contrary to that image.

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Mainland UK £4.00 4 day(s)
UK Highlands and Islands £4.00 5 day(s)
Western Europe £5.00 6 day(s)
Rest of Europe £5.00 6 day(s)
USA and Canada £12.00 6 day(s)
Far East / Australia-NZ £9.00 6 day(s)
Worldwide £9.00 6 day(s)

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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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