Red and Silver Crystalline Glazed Tubular Vase
Red and Silver Crystalline Glazed Tubular Vase
Red and Silver Crystalline Glazed Tubular Vase
Red and Silver Crystalline Glazed Tubular Vase
Red and Silver Crystalline Glazed Tubular Vase
Red and Silver Crystalline Glazed Tubular Vase
Red and Silver Crystalline Glazed Tubular Vase
Red and Silver Crystalline Glazed Tubular Vase
Red and Silver Crystalline Glazed Tubular Vase
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Red and Silver Crystalline Glazed Tubular Vase

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This piece was handmade by Lindsey from porcelain clay. The clay was pushed to create movement and attitude to the shape. It is glazed with a green crystalline glaze with silvery crystals wrapping around the vase with a green and white background that gives a multitude of depth and dimension to this piece. The piece was then fired a third time in a gas kiln to change the glaze from green to red, creating a spectacularly unique color! Red & silver crystals on a reg, white and grey background. 

  • 5.5" tall and is 2.5" at its widest point.

The surface has a satiny finish and feel to it that is lovely to hold. Due to the unique nature of crystalline glazes, no two pieces are ever alike. The crystals are actually grown during the firing and cooling process. The time and temperature must be accurate in order to achieve crystal growth on the piece.