Biscuit ware bottle

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An excuisite example of traditional folk art, a spherical, narrow necked bottle made using traditional methods on a potter's wheel in the workshop of an eminent folk artist from Eastern Poland. Its shape is characteristic of Slavonic pottery and at the same time one of the most difficult shapes to make on a wheel 

The bottle is biscuit in colour (hence the name), unglazed. It was made by hand using traditional methods and ornaments that have been in use for centuries and are typical of the region. It was kiln fired, once more using fully traditional methods rather than modern electric kilns. The bottom of the amphor bears the potter's mark attesting to its authenticity. 

The spherical, narrow necked bottle, decorated with a delicate pattern, will make a beautiful decoration in any room, it works perfectly on its own as well as a set of three or five similar vessels.

Height: 11cm

Width: 11 cm including the handle

Diameter: 10 cm


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