A beautiful hand-built horn shaped vase created using the Japanese Raku firing technique and finished with a rare 12th century technique called Obvara, which applies natural ingredients like fermented flour, water, milk or beer to create a unique and serendipitous surface. Each vase is one-of-a-kind.
It can be used as a stand alone piece for your shelving or sideboard or use it to create Ikebana, a Japanese inspired floral arrangement with fresh or dried flower stems or foliage. It is sealed and waterproof too so you can fill it with water to keep your stems fresh for longer.
Pictured in Natalie Walton's book STYLE with a simple dried dill flower stem.
A beautiful gift for yourself or someone special.
Due to the handmade nature of this ceramic vase and its unique firing process, there may variations in colour, tone and cracks on the surface which we believe contributes to its rich story & rustic beauty.
Size: Approximately 23.5cm long x 15.5cm high x 5cm wide.
Material: Natural clay.
Origin: Handmade in Mullumbimby by ceramicist & artist Jacqui Sosnowski.