Porcelain Ceramic Noodle Bowl

£50.00

Porcelain ceramic noodle bowl
Hand made by Philippa de Burlet

diameter 175 mm
height 50 mm
matt glaze finish

3 in stock

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Description

This handmade porcelain ceramic noodle bowl is available for Nationwide delivery. We can giftwrap, please enquire.
*ALL PHILIPPA’S PIECES ARE FOOD AND DISHWASHER SAFE*

About the artist:

Philippa’s first go at ceramics took place in early education, which gave her a sense of quiet contrast to the life in a boarding school. She subsequently went to Harrow Art School to develop her chosen practise.

Nowadays she uses porcelain as a material of choice for all her work. She enjoys the flexibility of it, since it can be thrown very thinly, and yet turn out to be a very strong and durable material. She strives to make pieces that can be treasured and will last forever. But overall, she wants her work to be beautifully functional. So she creates bowls, cups, dishes, vases, candlesticks and jugs, all designed to be used. Like this handmade porcelain ceramic noodle bowl with dark blue stripes and oak leaf design.

She always makes in small collections, a dozen mugs at a time, a group of vases and three or four large bowls to match. Focusing on the processes carefully. The first process, throwing, is one of her favourites. She finds her hands now work almost automatically turning the clay. But that is only a small part of the entire process. As she then turns the pieces again once fired further and paints them ready for firing. This final process is sometimes done in three stages: first firing, followed by glazing and then the glaze firing. Summing up all the steps above, each piece is handled for a separate process, at least a dozen times. A true statement piece to treasure for generations.

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