Three Wise Men Vessel

Freya Bramble-Carter & Studio Krokalia
£960

Three Wise Men Vessel is a decorative piece with detachable lid, by ceramics artist Freya Bramble-Carter and interior design studio, Studio Krokalia.

The items in this exclusive collection marry two vibrant cultures; Caribbean and Mediterranean. After meeting at one of Freya’s pottery classes and becoming friends, these two creatives decided to partner on a special project together. Turning their melting pot of ideas into a colourful collection of one-off pieces for The New Craftsmen, these joyful designs play with proportion and festive use of colour, resulting in one-of-a-kind collectible pieces with a unique identity.



Material: Stoneware clay, glazes and underglazes
Dimensions: Height: 44cm, L: 18cm Width: 31cm
Care Instructions: Wash by hand with mild soap
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Process

Melding their love of design, Pallas Kalamotusis from Studio Krokalia and Freya Bramble-Carter have joined forces to envision this wonderful collection. The piece is first shaped in stoneware clay, expertly thrown on the wheel and assembled by Freya. After glazing using a tin white glaze, Pallas adorns the vessel, painting in colourful detail with underglaze and oxides.
The Maker Freya Bramble-Carter & Studio Krokalia Ceramicist - London

Freya Bramble-Carter is a ceramics artist based in London. Her work draws inspiration from traditional craft and celebrates the importance of connecting with the natural world. Freya has a Fine Art degree from Chelsea College of Art and teaches pottery classes from her workshop, which she shares with father – and fellow artist – Chris Bramble.
With a BA and MA in Art History from The Courtauld Institute of Art, Pallas Kalamotusis began her career as a curator and writer. Since founding interiors studio, Studio Krokalia, Pallas has balanced history and modernity in her work, creating a wonderful aesthetic which she applies to each project.
After meeting at one of Freya’s classes and becoming friends, these two creatives decided to partner on a special project together. Turning their melting pot of ideas into a colourful collection of one-off pieces for The New Craftsmen, their union marries vibrant cultures and heritage, to joyous effect.