Category Archives: ceramic pot
Following on from my previous post about uses for ceramic bowls and dishes, here is the next post in the sequence, showing examples of how and where my ceramic vessels, vases and pots can be used.
It’s nice to have fresh flowers in the house, but when you don’t have any, how about displaying dried sticks or artificial flowers in a vase?
Many of my sculptural pots and vessels make great eye catching garden features for ornamental use. They also look nice as planters.
Taken from inside my workshop (below) ~ I use a few old vases for storing my tools and brushes.
I also found some other examples below, showing vessels used as ceramic lanterns and more storage pots for tools.
Would you use handmade art as a functional item, or would/do you prefer to leave it empty to admire on it’s own?
A taster of what’s new on my website this week…
If you see something you like head over to my online shop to find out more information on these items. While you’re there feel free to browse my other handmade ceramic pieces ~ everything is completely unique and handmade with love!
All we seem to be getting weather-wise lately is rain, rain and more rain. But at least the garden will be kept happy. I’ve left it a little late this year but I can’t wait to start tending to my flower pots and plants.
Brand NEW to my website this week ~ a Garden Section where you will find all ceramic pieces relating to the garden in one place.
From wall planters to pots, wind chimes to plant markers… If you are looking for a unique gift for a garden lover, or even large sculptural vessel statement pieces, you are in the right place!