Aglaia Vessel is a one-of-a-kind hand-thrown piece by London-based ceramicist Abigail Schama. Made from a mixture of grey clay and porcelain, it is suitable for displaying flowers or as a stand alone piece.
Referencing the shape of a Japanese sake bottle, this vessel is inspired by Aglaia, the Greek Goddess of beauty, splendour and elegance. This is reflected in the bottle-like form of the piece, with its neck and waist. The vessel balances on feet, which reference the clay props often used in Japanese wood-fired kilns.
Material: Porcelain and grey clay
cm: Width 16cm, Depth 16cm, Height 40cm
inches: Width 6.3in, Depth 6.3in, Height 15.7in
Care Instructions: Wash by hand with mild soap or dust gently