Grey heron with the allmost pointy beak, cup
With a dynamic and organic combination between partially scratching out the glaze and then covering it with a couple brushstrokes, it is every time a suprise how the end result will turn out. For this cup I worked with the idea of a grey heron, wading through the field. I've added a small discount, because the beak of the heron didn't turn out as pointy as I would have liked to. A problem that I tend to encounter more. Still the vibe of the cup is good and she is well made and well glazed.
She is handpinched from natural stoneware clay and glazed with a matte white glaze on the outside, and glossy white on the inside for a food friendly finish. Topped with a ultramarine blue painting of a great tit on a tree branch. There is only one of this cup.
Cup is dishwasher proof, but ceramics do like to be handwashed because thats a bit less agressive.
Approx. diameter 8,5 cm, height 6,5 cm, weight approx. 280g