California native Victoria Morris has been making pottery of various sorts for half of her life. Inspired by midcentury Scandinavian forms as well as traditional Japanese aesthetics and craftsmanship, Victoria emphasizes simplicity of form as well as the beauty found in the subtle, random imperfections inherent to traditional pottery. Working from her studio in Echo Park, CA, she throws each piece by hand, creating a variety of functional objects and art pieces that are uniquely her own.
Ideal for bringing color to the table, this
serving bowl is made of durable stoneware and finished with a glossy blue glaze inspired by Italian skies. We love how its hand-formed shape gives it an organic, artisanal feel. Handcrafted in ...
White porcelain bowl hand-decorated in a stylized Imari
design of gold, dark navy blue, iron red, and yellow alternating floral and patterned vignettes. Marked “Japanese Porcelain Ware; Decorated in Hong Kong; ACF.” Light wear.
Lovely enough to display, but made to withstand
practical use: A dazzlingly detailed traditional motif was painted freehand on sauce dishes made of extremely durable and chip resistant stoneware and hand-painted by artisans in Nabeul, Tunisia.