Porcelain Plant Pot with Blue Paisley Pattern by The Intrepid Potter
This sweet little porcelain plant pot has been hand painted with a blue paisley and dots pattern.
The pot, or vase, is hand made in porcelain and is approx. 10cm high. The design, on the outside, is hand painted in underglaze and glazed inside.
The porcelain pot was made using the Japanese method called Kurinuki. The method involves carving out the inside of a solid ball of porcelain clay.
The inspiration for this pattern comes from paisley designs on Indian shawls.
Out of stockThe Intrepid Potter (Fitzroy)
The Intrepid Potter is a creative combining her passion for drawing and hand building clay pieces.
Teresa, the designer and maker behind The Intrepid Potter lives in Melbourne where she creates each unique piece by hand in her home studio.
Teresa’s pieces are inspired by her passion for making across practices. This has taken her down an eclectic creative path in printmaking, painting, silver smithing and textile design.
Now in clay she has found her place in creating beautiful one of a kind pieces.
Check out her process on Instagram