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Handmade Ceramic Vase

Handmade Ceramic Vase
Handmade Ceramic Vase
Handmade Ceramic Vase
Handmade Ceramic Vase
Handmade Ceramic Vase
Handmade Ceramic Vase
Handmade Ceramic Vase
Handmade Ceramic Vase
Handmade Ceramic Vase
Handmade Ceramic Vase
Handmade Ceramic Vase
Handmade Ceramic Vase
Handmade Ceramic Vase
Handmade Ceramic Vase
Handmade Ceramic Vase
Handmade Ceramic Vase

Handmade Ceramic Vase

£25.00

These little house vases are lovingly hand built by Terri of Magnificent Mud in her little studio deep in the heart of the South Downs. Truly unique and beautiful, these little fairy houses are such a delight to look at and make such a wonderful addition to any table or windowsill!

The vase measures roughly 13cm tall by 6cm wide and is available to buy with either a fresh or dried flower arrangement. 

The reason why the dried arrangement is slightly more expensive is simply that I have to use more flowers to fill the space! The dried flowers will remain perfect for years to come but I would recommend keeping them out of direct sunlight to preserve their colour. If you opt for a fresh arrangement, please note, very slight condensation at the bottom of the vase may occur. So avoid placing the vase directly onto a wooden table!

A word from the artist:

Hi! I’m Terri of Magnificent Mud so called due to the endless wonder I have for the medium I work with both as a potter and as a gardener.

My ceramics are inspired by the imperfectly perfect of the natural world. I want my pieces to evoke a connection with nature through texture and muted colour and gentle forms. I love to make vessels to hold plants or wild/seasonal flowers and always feel most at home when surrounded by greenery! It’s a joy to make these vessels for other people to have in their homes too. I never make anything that I wouldn’t want sitting on my own windowsill!

My studio, built by my partner and I, is located at the bottom of our garden, nestled in the South Downs National park. We are visited by hundreds of woodland birds each day and I have stepped away from ‘maintaining it’ so that native plants can flourish to better support our local flora and fauna - one day I shall have to find my way to my studio through the undergrowth!

I am careful to tread lightly and therefore committed to a sustainable approach to my craft. My ceramics are fired in a very efficient, eco kiln and this is run using a renewable energy supplier. And I always use recycled or recyclable packaging.

These little house vases are lovingly hand built by Terri of Magnificent Mud in her little studio deep in the heart of the South Downs. Truly unique and beautiful, these little fairy houses are such a delight to look at and make such a wonderful addition to any table or windowsill!

The vase measures roughly 13cm tall by 6cm wide and is available to buy with either a fresh or dried flower arrangement. 

The reason why the dried arrangement is slightly more expensive is simply that I have to use more flowers to fill the space! The dried flowers will remain perfect for years to come but I would recommend keeping them out of direct sunlight to preserve their colour. If you opt for a fresh arrangement, please note, very slight condensation at the bottom of the vase may occur. So avoid placing the vase directly onto a wooden table!

A word from the artist:

Hi! I’m Terri of Magnificent Mud so called due to the endless wonder I have for the medium I work with both as a potter and as a gardener.

My ceramics are inspired by the imperfectly perfect of the natural world. I want my pieces to evoke a connection with nature through texture and muted colour and gentle forms. I love to make vessels to hold plants or wild/seasonal flowers and always feel most at home when surrounded by greenery! It’s a joy to make these vessels for other people to have in their homes too. I never make anything that I wouldn’t want sitting on my own windowsill!

My studio, built by my partner and I, is located at the bottom of our garden, nestled in the South Downs National park. We are visited by hundreds of woodland birds each day and I have stepped away from ‘maintaining it’ so that native plants can flourish to better support our local flora and fauna - one day I shall have to find my way to my studio through the undergrowth!

I am careful to tread lightly and therefore committed to a sustainable approach to my craft. My ceramics are fired in a very efficient, eco kiln and this is run using a renewable energy supplier. And I always use recycled or recyclable packaging.