Tudor Green Tulipiere VI
Tudor Green Tulipiere VI is part of a new collection by Derbyshire-based ceramicist, John Wheeldon. His focus on the new ‘Tudor Green’ glaze came from his collection of sherds glazed in green that he started as a young boy. His intrigue began when he was given a sherd by an archaeologist working in York Minster, while he was still at school. Ever since that moment, he has continued to collect sherds glazed in the rich green shade, ranging from periods as early as the Roman era up until the early 16th century. The tulipiere is a decorative yet functional centrepiece, which comes to life when layered with blooms, resulting in a simple yet seductive floral arrangement.
Material: Earthenware, glaze
cm: Diameter 17.5cm, Height 22cm
inches: Diameter 6.9in, Height 8.7in
Care Instructions: Carefully handwash and be mindful of the fragile flower spouts. This one-off piece comes apart in the middle so that water can be added to the base and can be easily cleaned.