Perfect gift for those who love trees and the Scottish hillside!
These decorations are 5cm wide. They are carefully cut out by Michaela and the trees are drawn on by hand before they are dried and fired. They are then glazed to give them their shine and fired again.
Ribbon colours may vary.
This lovely bow incorporates original poetry by Chris.
The wet clay is rolled out to the correct thickness and the design is drawn on, along with the hand-stamped letters. For the first drying stage the bowl is dried in a mold while protected so it doesn't dry to quickly and crack. Once it has started drying it is taken out of the bowl, very carefully as this is when it is at it's most delicate. Once finally dry the bowl is fired then glazed and fired again.
"What is the point of magnolia, when rain is by rainbows replaced?"
The bowl has a 15cm diameter.
Hand made ceramic pot, ideal for rings and keep-sakes.
This large colander looks lovely sat on your shelf or being used in your sink. First the shape is made, the handles are attached and the pot is dried slightly. The holes are then done by hand, carefully one at a time using a hole punch. Once it is dried it was fired and glazed using a washed back, textured green.
The diameter is 26 cm and it is about 9 cm tall.