A beautiful vase with a collar in the form of a chimney. The nériage, also called nerikomi, which consists of marrying clays of different colors to produce random effects on the surface, gives this vase an aesthetic both organic and resolutely contemporary.
Each vase is unique. The images give a good idea of the one you’ll receive. The making of these vases makes them all unique. This is why colours, dimensions and motives can vary from one to another. See it as the pledge of a work done by hand.
Quebec Region : Handmade in Saint-Armand, Quebec, Canada
Material & Colour : Colored stoneware.
Dimensions : Approx. Height: 8" - 20 cm. Diameter: 5" - 13 cm. Holds 1.750 L - 59 oz. of liquid.
A trained architect, Alexandra Daris's ceramic pieces are, for the most part, complex assemblages of several pieces, sometimes turned, sometimes shaped. Alexandra is a graduate of the Montreal Bonsecours Ceramics Center and a recipient of the Prix Évolution 2017 offered by the Caisse Desjardins de la culture.
She is currently exploring the technique of nériage which involves marrying clays of different colors to produce random effects on the surface. Associated with its formal work, the nériage gives to her pieces an aesthetic both organic and resolutely contemporary.
The items are dishwasher and microwave safe, but since they have a lot of surfaces left bare, we would advise you to wash them by hand and avoid very staining foods like tomatoes and grape juice.
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