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Multicolored Tall Vase

Ceramic Vase

(ID: A95443)
Created by Jean Elton
The original model for this shape (about 2 feet high) was turned on a plaster wheel, from which a casting form was made. The casting form is one piece which enables the piece to be cast without seams, which often cannot otherwise be eradicated from the final form. The resulting shape makes a strong impression yet is both visually and physically light. The work is fired first to approximately 1800 degrees F and then hand - decorated by the artist, using underglazes applied with fine-tipped bottles and finished in a spray booth with a transparent gloss glaze. The object emerges from the final firing which requires approximately 2100 degrees F to take the work to its final form: a lightweight (approximately 7 pounds) yet sturdy vessel that can be used as elegant vase or as a standalone, purely decorative work of ceramic art.

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The focal point of my home collection


from suburb of Baltimore,MD

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Comments about Multicolored Tall Vase:

The SIZE and MANY COLORS of this Ceramic pot put it easily in the spot light of my fine arts and crafts decorated home. Primary and Secondary hues are the main ones shown on its surface.It is at the end of a hall on a round table with a circumference of 29". The piece is perfect except for the fact that the dramatic proportions make the fine piece appear to be unstable. In fact I would want no one to bump into it . For that reason I have used a spot adhesive to attach the ceramic piece to the center of a heavy sheet of glass which in turn is adhered to the wooden table top .

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