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    Don and Jacky Bennett are ceramicists inspired by the long standing tradition of rustic English / Welsh slipware, a skilled yet informal, often rustic, genre of pottery. Their surroundings in Machynlleth, Wales, where they have a thriving studio pottery, are a rich source of their narrative approach.

    Slipware uses semiliquid clay and water covering the whole earthenware vessel before firing.(900-110c), often of a contrasting colour to the body. Pattern is then incised through the slip, revealing the different body colour beneath. Sometimes the slip is used as in painting, ideal for figurative motifs and calligraphic decoration, giving freedom of expression and imagination.

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Don and Jacky Bennett are ceramicists inspired by the long standing tradition of rustic English / Welsh slipware, a skilled yet informal, often rustic, genre of pottery. Their surroundings in Machynlleth, Wales, where they have a thriving studio pottery, are a rich source of their narrative approach.

Slipware uses semiliquid clay and water covering the whole earthenware vessel before firing.(900-110c), often of a contrasting colour to the body. Pattern is then incised through the slip, revealing the different body colour beneath. Sometimes the slip is used as in painting, ideal for figurative motifs and calligraphic decoration, giving freedom of expression and imagination.

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International & UK orders are shipped using RoyalMail and UPS. Standard Delivery is £3.95 for Royal Mail 48hr Tracked (times will vary depending on the service selected and your location). UK 1-2 days | INTL 2 - 5 days Returns and Refunds
Should you change your mind or are not satisfied with your purchase, please contact us within 7 working days of receiving your order to request a refund or exchange.
more info HERE

Birds in flight Slipware vase 006

by  Glandwyryd Ceramics
Traditional earthenware with expressive twist
Dimensions | H - 13cm x W - 7cm
Weight | 340gm
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Article code : DJB24006

Birds in flight Slipware vase 006
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    Don and Jacky Bennett are ceramicists inspired by the long standing tradition of rustic English / Welsh slipware, a skilled yet informal, often rustic, genre of pottery. Their surroundings in Machynlleth, Wales, where they have a thriving studio pottery, are a rich source of their narrative approach.

    Slipware uses semiliquid clay and water covering the whole earthenware vessel before firing.(900-110c), often of a contrasting colour to the body. Pattern is then incised through the slip, revealing the different body colour beneath. Sometimes the slip is used as in painting, ideal for figurative motifs and calligraphic decoration, giving freedom of expression and imagination.

    Delivery information
    International & UK orders are shipped using RoyalMail and UPS. Standard Delivery is £3.95 for Royal Mail 48hr Tracked (times will vary depending on the service selected and your location). UK 1-2 days | INTL 2 - 5 days Returns and Refunds
    Should you change your mind or are not satisfied with your purchase, please contact us within 7 working days of receiving your order to request a refund or exchange.
    more info HERE

Don and Jacky Bennett are ceramicists inspired by the long standing tradition of rustic English / Welsh slipware, a skilled yet informal, often rustic, genre of pottery. Their surroundings in Machynlleth, Wales, where they have a thriving studio pottery, are a rich source of their narrative approach.

Slipware uses semiliquid clay and water covering the whole earthenware vessel before firing.(900-110c), often of a contrasting colour to the body. Pattern is then incised through the slip, revealing the different body colour beneath. Sometimes the slip is used as in painting, ideal for figurative motifs and calligraphic decoration, giving freedom of expression and imagination.

Delivery information
International & UK orders are shipped using RoyalMail and UPS. Standard Delivery is £3.95 for Royal Mail 48hr Tracked (times will vary depending on the service selected and your location). UK 1-2 days | INTL 2 - 5 days Returns and Refunds
Should you change your mind or are not satisfied with your purchase, please contact us within 7 working days of receiving your order to request a refund or exchange.
more info HERE
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