Wood fired, shino and lavender ash glazed bowlWood fired, shino and lavender ash glazed bowl

Wood fired, shino and lavender ash glazed stoneware bowl


15 × 15 × 9 cm
615 gm
Stoneware clay

1 in stock

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This is a white stoneware bowl, thrown on a wheel. Shino and lavender ash glazed. Wood fired.

Weight 615 gm
Dimensions 15 × 15 × 9 cm
Care Instructions:

Although stoneware is quite sturdy, it shouldn't be washed in a dishwasher to protect the surface.


Lately, I have been experimenting with ash glazes using different ashes. We grow a lot of lavender in our garden, and dry it over the winter. I used the dried lavender to make an ash glaze. This bowl has been glazed with simple shino and lavender ash on top.

Cost Time
Mainland UK £4.89 3 day(s)
UK Highlands and Islands £4.89 3 day(s)
Western Europe £.00 NA
Rest of Europe £.00 NA
USA and Canada £.00 NA
Far East / Australia-NZ £.00 NA
Worldwide £.00 NA

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Maggie Atanassova Ceramics

Maggie Atanassova is an independent studio potter currently based and working in Whichford. She started working as a studio potter in mid 1990s in London producing mainly wheel thrown functional ware, one-off decorative pieces as well as some sculptural work.
She has lived and worked in California, Singapore and Hong Kong, as well as travelled extensively throughout China and Japan where she was exposed to a variety of influences and artistic traditions which she embraces in her work. She strives to create simple, pristine objects through modern forms combined with traditional firing.

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