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Apothecary Bottle, White/Copper

Honeycomb Studio

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Apothecary Bottle, White/Copper
Apothecary Bottle, White/Copper
Apothecary Bottle, White/Copper
Apothecary Bottle, White/Copper
Apothecary Bottle, White/Copper

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Product Information

Process:
Slip-cast porcelain from original mold.
Made of:
porcelain/gold leaf
Dimensions:
2.5''W x 4.5''H
Color/finish:
white/copper
Care:
Hand-wash.
Please note:
Due to the handmade nature of this piece, variations in color, tone, and pattern may occur. No two are exactly alike.

Why We Love This

Here, a handsome handmade apothecary bottle. The top half of the bottle is coated with a clear glaze, allowing the beauty of the white porcelain to shine and the bottom half is left unglazed and sanded so that it's smooth to the touch. The middle section includes a ring of hand-painted copper. The ceramic stopper is glazed with a matte/metallic black. Bottle is watertight. Hand-wash recommended.

About Honeycomb Studio

Honeycomb Studio is a small-batch porcelain shop created by Courtney Hamill. Working from her backyard studio in Atlanta's West Midtown district, Courtney designs and creates small-scale porcelain sculptures. Each piece that comes from her studio has been handmade, either on the wheel or cast from an original mold, so that no two pieces are exactly alike.