Free Form Puddle Plate by Clay Club, Small, White Speckled Clay with Pale Blue Glaze
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Small Free Form Puddle Plate by Clay Club. The plate is one of a kind. To eat out of a handmade ceramic plate influences the experience of eating in a very uplifting, beautiful way. We all use plates regularly, so it is a constant stream of beauty that starts coming into the life.
It goes well in combination with other puddle plates. Create your own selection of different shapes and colours.
Clay Club is a shared ceramics studio hosting two artists Joke Leonare & Sigrid Volders. Joke is a graphic designer and runs the record label Jj funhouse. Sigrid is a make-up artist and part of creative collectives Earth.Rope.Pot.Plant and Nine Islands. Since 2016, they've been working apart and together with clay and glazes in their shared workshop. They both focus on handmade unique pieces, embrace imperfection and favour small series over large quantities. Their forms are organic, their colour palette quirky. During her training, Sigrid developed a fascination for glazes and their chemistry, which lead her to create an ever growing archive of colour glazes. Joke is self-taught and creates idiosyncratic pieces that fit nicely with the work of Sigrid.
White Speckled Clay with Pale Blue Glaze
Between 10 x 14 cm
Stoneware, glazed and fired at 1250°
One of a kind, handmade in Antwerp, Belgium
END OF LIFE
Ceramic products last a life-time if treated carefully and do not really have an end of life. If you don't like it anymore, this beautiful piece can be a mindful gift for a dear friend.
THOUGHTS BEHIND THE PRODUCT
Ceramic pieces and the work with clay is one of humanities oldest traditions. It is an ancient craftsmanship and fascinates people today still. We feel enriched by touching and seeing it. We adore the beautiful work of Sigrid & Joke from Clay Club and after having visited their atelier for multiple times we know how much passion, love, creativity but also research and training has gone into these soap dishes. Wherever we can, we try to use this natural material clay, in our home. Plates, Soapdishes, Incense Burners, Teapots, Cups, Toothbrush Holders. To us handcrafted clay pieces reflect traditional living, reflect the value of everyday things and are just pure beauty that bring us joy every time we use it.