Artisan small batch stoneware bowls. Suitable for burning smudge sticks, resin or loose incense. Add some sand or small stones and burn your favorite incense sticks standing up.
Hand thrown in Upstate New York by wonderful artisan Jordan Colon. Every batch of glaze is hand mixed, and depending on the weather the firing can have more reduction or oxidation creating different tones/shades.
Choice of color family. Approximately 3 inches tall with a 4 inch diameter.
Due to handmade nature, size can vary up to 1 inch in diameter and/or height and shades can slightly vary from image.
This polychrome bowl is a beautiful example of ancient South American culture. It is a piece of Nazca pottery with designs of traditional anamorphic shapes that represent fish. The bottom of the bowl has bold strokes in white and red that is representative of the sun.
Hand crafted in Peru by artist and ethnomusicologist Jose Vitancio. Sold individually.
A small batch incense holder that has tiny feet to rise it above the surface it sits upon. The beautiful glaze inside the bowl resembles an ocean. Suitable for burning resin or loose incense or add some sand and burn incense sticks standing up. Due to handmade nature, size can vary up to 1 inch in diameter and/or height.
All of Lois' pottery is made with attention to detail, form, function, and beauty. It must look good, feel good, and be durable. Since all work is individually made sizes and shapes will vary. She states, her glazes are unpredictable and will vary as well. Each piece is made and designed as "one of a kind,” and can beautifully stand by itself.