pressed lace pitcher. Hailing from the Garden Route region of South Africa, Wonki Ware began and remains a small family-run studio where each piece is made by hand, from start to finish. A library of laces they’ve collected over the years acts as the inspiration behind and the very tool used to mold many of their collections’ organic patterns. Earthenware. Hand wash. Handmade in South Africa. 9.5” H, 6” diameter, 59 oz
1920's Roseville Trial Glaze Tawny Beige Dahlrose Vase #367 [K1312] - This vase was purchased from the estate of Randy Monsen who not only collected Roseville pottery but also wrote a couple of books that are very well known. Included in this auction were many rare experimental and trial glaze pieces. This Dalhrose vase was just one of many trial glaze
Oval vessel with impressed decoration; decorated with glaze and oxide stain washes by Alan Wallwork. Lots of repins for this work—show some love for its creator, and "like" if you like it enough to repin it—thanks! I want to let Mr. Wallwork know how popular this piece has become on my Pinterest board!
Hand carved stoneware vase – Janet Kitenger This vase wasn’t created using a sgraffito technique. The vase was wheel thrown and then hand carved followed by glazing. The design is a original and has a unique flowing geometric wave all around. Iron oxide was applied for depth. Clear glaze was applied to some parts of the carving for highlight. The inside and rims are Kiwi glaze which fires as a blue green and turquoise-ish.