The inspiration for Clare Gage’s designs comes from her love of textiles. Each porcelain vase has the appearance of fabric with lace and sew details all recreated in clay to create functional and decorative vases. The designs start life as fabric items hand woven by Clare and transformed into bespoke moulds. These moulds are used to create her distinctive porcelain vases. The Patchwork Vase is a favourite from the Vase Assortment. Large sufficient for a surprising bouquet this design displays your flowers beautifully. The gentle white colour of the porcelain is a perfect color to display flowers of all colours while the fragile detail on the vases attracts your eye. For those who’re looking for a distinctive porcelain vase then you definately’ll enjoy Clare’s collection.
Starting early in the 14th century, blue and white porcelain quickly became the primary product of Jingdezhen, reaching the height of its technical excellence in the course of the later years of the reign of the Kangxi Emperor 44 and continuing in present instances to be an vital product of town. Black basaltes and jasperware are types of fantastic stoneware first produced by wedgwood in the mid-18thC.
The deep cobalt blue is reproduced mainly for fishbowls and huge planters, as well as umbrella stands and garden stools, both for porcelain in addition to stoneware pottery in Malaysia, Vietnam, and mainland China. With a small amount of cobalt added to the glaze, the high temperature kilns produced a deep, rich royal blue glaze. The darkish sapphire blue appeals the attention, and accentuates the arduous, clear, otherworldliness that porcelain has intrinsically.
Bone china is a sort of soppy-paste porcelain made white and translucent by the addition of calcined animal bone to the body. The standard of the finished product is predicated on how much bone is within …Read More