Tulip Vase- Blue and Orange #8
Tulip Vase- Blue and Orange #8
Tulip Vase- Blue and Orange #8
Tulip Vase- Blue and Orange #8
Tulip Vase- Blue and Orange #8
Tulip Vase- Blue and Orange #8
Tulip Vase- Blue and Orange #8
Tulip Vase- Blue and Orange #8
Tulip Vase- Blue and Orange #8
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Tulip Vase- Blue and Orange #8

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This listing is for one crystalline glazed vase.

This vase was hand-made from porcelain clay on the potter's wheel. The clay was cut and altered to create the tulip-like shape. Due to the unique nature of crystalline glazes, no two pieces are ever alike. The zinc 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.

  • 7.75" tall and is 5" at its widest point

This vase is part of a series of vases created as a tribute to my friend and studio assistant Charlie (a great dane/boxer mix of love), as a part of the Attleboro Arts Museum 2024 flower show exhibit. The final images are from the display at the museum. These vases are the first items created in 2024, and the first items since Charlie's passing in February.

A portion of each sale (10%) will be donated to the Rhode Island SPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals), where Charlie was adopted from in 2017. 

The glaze on this vase has royal blue crystals which jump off the orange background. The depth and dimension in the glaze are quite stunning- the crystals seem to move and dance about the surface of the vase as the light hits it. You can sit for hours looking at the vase, finding new patterns and designs that the crystals have created during their growing process.