For the interior and for the outdoor zone alike - large ceramic pots make a really nice addition to the home and its surroundings. If you're not convinced, check out the inspiring photos in my collection below. Perfect choices for people with green fingers who like to enhance the interior with plants.
This decorative, handmade pot planter is made of fiber stone so it's not only durable but also lightweight. It is delicately stained to get distressed finish. It can be use outdoors cause it's water resistance.
Traditional round pot for outdoor use. It has a bricky-red concrete stone surface and fiberglass backing so it's lightweight weatherproof and crack proof. Its textured surface has a geometric lozenged design and rope-patterned top and bottom edges.
A touch of style and attractiveness is introduced into the house with these vases. They are available in different colors and accents, so they look very stylish in almost any decor. These products are created of hand-thrown terra cotta with a partially glazed finish.
Contemporary Pots by Atelier Vierkant The scale is amazing. Not sure I've seen a kiln big enough!
of Tortus Copenhagen. Here, housed in a 19th century truss-style building, master potters Eric Landon and Karin Blach Nielsen, follow a century-old tradition of Danish ceramics to create one-of-a-kind pieces that are utterly timeless.
A visit to Sabu Terracotta Pottery at Denpasar, Bali, in 2012. Text and photos on this webpage are copyright © Cheryl Marie Cordeiro and Jan-Erik Nilsson, Gotheborg.com, Sweden 2013
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learn to make pottery on one of tjose wheels....ghost style with johnny Depp, LOL ...i really do wanna learn tho!
Pigeon Toe Ceramics on Etsy. She makes the most beautiful, simple pieces. I interned above her design studio and it was an amazing experience.
I actually said "aaaaahhhh" when I saw this! Love. by Hennie Meyer | Large Ceramic Jug
yasha butler ceramics Some of my favorite ceramic pieces are the kind that you want to hold and handle immediately upon seeing them. These are definitely in that category.
Large cachepot with rope handle, decorated with water-green and blue slips (France ca.1950-60)
John Tilton American, b. 1944 Large Covered Jar with Crystalline Matte Glazes 2009 – High fire porcelain, matte crystalline glazes Hand thrown, one-of-a-kind covered jar, porcelain with matte crystalline glazes of my
Yes! Vellum and tonalism styles pre 1915. Reducing the color and value range, Carl Schmidt achieved an off-focus softness that shrouds a scene creating work of soothing effect, prompting us into contemplation and day-dream. Maybe just maybe one day a plaq
An outdoor side table which attaches to any large ceramic planter (reminds me of the trays they hang on your car window at old-fashioned car-hops). Brilliant!
“I know a 'face' where the wild thyme blows, Where oxlips and the nodding violet grows, Quite over-canopied with luscious woodbine, With sweet musk-roses and with eglantine.” William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night's Dream
Jomon, Japan, 2500 BC. These will BLOW YOU AWAY in person, they are huge and ancient and ornate. Amazing.
Peacock-colored ceramic pots flanking French doors add a splash of color and attract...a peacock! | Photo: Jennifer Cheung |
Would be great in the very back of the yard. Large ceramic pot planted with flowers or herbs as an umbrella stand. You could probably create an insert out of PVC pipe filled with sand to run down the middle of the pot to put the umbrella pole in. Create
Dow Redcorn large green wheel-thrown and carved mug at MudFire Gallery. click through to see acorn design on the bottom
A shade garden with ceramic urn surrounded by Sarcocca confusa, Hostas and Geraniums - Vine road summer story
When creating hollow forms for animals, people or building eggs, large hollow vase, etc....create two pinch pots whatever size you need, score, slip and put them together. Be sure to put a small hole for the air to escape to prevent the piece from explod
Si usted quiere hacer muchas baldosas del mismo diseño, tienen un azulejo escultórico y desea reducir al mínimo la distorsión en los bordes, o si quieres un espesor de las baldosas consistente, usted debe considerar el hacer un molde de la cavidad.
This wheel-thrown porcelain vase was carefully incised and fired to Cone 10 in reduction, by Ann Selberg. Looks like it could be 100 years old!
interior meets art..... mooi inspiratie beeld voor molitli-interieurmakers. lijkt namelijk exact op de hoffz doeken die wij verkopen. Prachtig!!!
rustic hand-built ceramic bowl in grey and black Could be done in paper or clay too. This is great
contemporary porcelain bud vase. handmade ceramic mini vase. Artful Dodger Variations (Object N.2. Large) by Wapa Studio.
Amphorae were pottery vessels, large clay jars, that were usually made wide at the girth, provided with a neck and opening at the mouth that was narrow enough to be sealed with cork, provided with vertical handles on the opposing sides. There was a great