Thrown on the pottery wheel, each vase is unique. Angled edges and classic mid century shapes are a theme in this series.
Thrown in Brutalist clay and glazed in kirikiri, a subtle but rustic glaze which picks up on the natural elements of the clay, these vases have interesting glossy elements and glaze crystallisation which is celebrated in ceramics. Kirikiri means sand or shoreline in te reo māori.
Tēina means younger brother or sister in te reo māori. We consider the tēina vase as a perfect addition to most of our vases and an evolution of the Tahi vase. The tēina vase has a lower hip then the tahi.
These vases are perfect for blooms, dried flowers, as they are or in a collection.
Large is around 18.5cm tall
Meduim is around 17cm tall
Small is around 15cm tall
x small is around 12 cm tall