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Handmade Porcelain Jar II

B.Fiess

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Handmade Porcelain Jar II
Handmade Porcelain Jar II
Handmade Porcelain Jar II
Handmade Porcelain Jar II
Handmade Porcelain Jar II
Handmade Porcelain Jar II

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Product Information

Process:

cast high-fire porcelain

Made of:

porcelain/cork/rubber band

Dimensions:

3.5''L x 3.5''W x 6''H

Color/finish:

multi

Why We Love This

Handmade porcelain jar titled CS : VN : QU :: SN.

Why We Love This

Handmade porcelain jar titled CS : VN : QU :: SN.

About B.Fiess

During graduate school at Indiana University, Ben Fiess's fascination with ceramic chemistry prompted him to develop an online glaze and clay body database (currently being rewritten and improved). With a fascination for ceramic surfaces, he continues to experiment with and explore the possibilities with clay. "Sometimes I work with traditional forms, but I prefer to create things that don't necessarily resemble any concrete utilitarian form," he says. "The objects are intended to be somewhat ambiguous."

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