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Stamped Ceramic Wall Pocket Vase

Kelsey Schissel

Wheel thrown and stamped wall pocket vase by North Carolina potter, Kelsey Schissel.  Perfect for a few stems or an air plant.

  • 4″wide x 3 1/4″tall x 2″deep
  • Made in NC

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Description

“These vases are decorated using small, one of a kind stamps which I have designed.  The stamps are about the size of dime or smaller, and depending on the size it can take up to several hours to decorate one vase, as each stamp must line up exactly with the one next to it. Once the body of the vase has been decorated, I carry the pattern to the bottom and nestle my signature stamp (a small K) in with it.”

Kelsey Schissel

There is an air of mystery in all Plays in Mud pottery. Inspiration from life, the spring cherry blossoms or the curve of the the Blue Ridge Mountain range can be seen in the undulating patterns and forms of each unique piece.

Description

“These vases are decorated using small, one of a kind stamps which I have designed.  The stamps are about the size of dime or smaller, and depending on the size it can take up to several hours to decorate one vase, as each stamp must line up exactly with the one next to it. Once the body of the vase has been decorated, I carry the pattern to the bottom and nestle my signature stamp (a small K) in with it.”

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