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Porcelain Inlay Accent Bowl

Victoria Morris Pottery

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Porcelain Inlay Accent Bowl
Porcelain Inlay Accent Bowl
Porcelain Inlay Accent Bowl

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Product Information

Process:

hand-thrown

Made of:

glazed stoneware/porcelain

Dimensions:

3.25''H x 6.25''Dia

Color/finish:

brown/white

Why We Love This

Hand-thrown brown stoneware bowl with porcelain inlay stripes.

Why We Love This

Hand-thrown brown stoneware bowl with porcelain inlay stripes.

About Victoria Morris Pottery

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.