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Geo Vase

Kelly Lamb

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Product Information

Process:

slip cast and hand-glazed

Made of:

ceramic

Dimensions:

7.5"Sq

Color/finish:

white

Why We Love This

Vessel can be used for flowers or as a planter for succulents. Ceramic with glossy white crackle glaze. 2013.

Why We Love This

Vessel can be used for flowers or as a planter for succulents. Ceramic with glossy white crackle glaze. 2013.

About Kelly Lamb

For the past twenty years Kelly Lamb has worked across many disciplines, including sculpture, photography, video, ceramics, furniture, product and interior design. Lamb's aesthetic is heavily inspired by Sacred Geometry, the Arts & Crafts movement. and architects like Buckminster Fuller and Oscar Neimeyer. Her use of clean, angular, geometric lines contradicts organic shape, creating a dynamic dialogue between natural form and structural design.