Black Glaze Oil Tea Light Holder – more details

£10.00

Playing with a mix of textures works really well on this tea light holder – the rough rustic nature of the unglazed bottom of this piece contrasts with the oil glaze combination on the rim and inside. This piece is black stoneware, hand thrown on the wheel and hand glazed with multiple layers of porcelain slip, midnight rain glaze (if that wasn’t luxurious enough) and then overglazed with mirror black causing the tea light itself to play in the reflections.

Details

Ready to Buy
4.5cm tall
7cm wide

Out of stock

Black Glaze Oil Tea Light Holder – more details

£10.00

Playing with a mix of textures works really well on this tea light holder – the rough rustic nature of the unglazed bottom of this piece contrasts with the oil glaze combination on the rim and inside. This piece is black stoneware, hand thrown on the wheel and hand glazed with multiple layers of porcelain slip, midnight rain glaze (if that wasn’t luxurious enough) and then overglazed with mirror black causing the tea light itself to play in the reflections.

Details

Ready to Buy
4.5cm tall
7cm wide

Out of stock

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