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Mini Hastings Vase II

Petersen Pottery Company

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Mini Hastings Vase II
Mini Hastings Vase II
Mini Hastings Vase II
Mini Hastings Vase II

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Product Information

Process:
Hand-sculpted on a potter's wheel, kiln fired.
Made of:
glazed stoneware
Dimensions:
3.25''H x 2.75''Dia
Color/finish:
white/beach

Why We Love This

Petersen Pottery's Nantucket Collection is inspired by the interaction of fog and beach. Each Hastings vase features a glazed interior and drips of white glaze. This particular vase is the first of a new size for Hastings again with the desire to make things smaller, creating moments of intrigue and inspiration. Their presence represents an artistic process with incredibly deep roots in our civilization. Each piece is unique & stamped with Petersen monogram on bottom. Glazing may vary slightly from image.

About Petersen Pottery Company

Petersen Pottery is a Los Angeles-based design studio that creates ceramic wares for the home and garden. Founder Sara Petersen credits her aesthetic inspiration to her early years living in the Southern California mountains and the moments of wondrous beauty found in her LA garden home. Petersen products are designed with a trained and inspired eye and produced directly by the designer, each piece passing through her hands to the final touches.