Greater Stitchwort Vessel
Jacqueline Leighton Boyce
Greater Stitchwort Vessel by Jacquline Leighton Boyce forms part of a recent body of work inspired by the growth and reproduction of life in English meadows, woodlands and hedgerows during the early summer. This irregular and eye-catching vessel reflects the wild flora which bursts forth and jostles for space in the English countryside. The piece is formed from red terracotta clay, handbuilt and illustrated with greater stitchwort – a perennial star-like wildflower which grows abundantly in hedgerows throughout the UK, and subsequently plays host to a myriad of insects and fauna.
Material: Terracotta clay, slip, metallic lustres
Dimensions: Width: 19cm, Depth: 19cm, Height: 29.5cm
Care Instructions: Wipe with a damp, lint free cloth