A stoneware vase sculpture with an overlay of self-produced glazes, inspired by the bronze jugs with bronze jugs with male effigies from Roman times.

This vase was modelled by hand and decorated with engravings. It was subsequently fired several times with layers of different glazes to enhance the carved surface. The main colours are lavender-blue and white, interrupted by drips of bright pink with micro-crystals, which develop naturally where the glaze tends to settle.

Materials: stoneware and enamel
Dimensions: 32x20x13cm

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280,00  Euro

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Sara Scalzotto studied sculpture in Italy and London before approaching the world of ceramics.
fascinated by the history and alchemical nature of its materials.

The ceramics of Sara Scalzotto Studio are inspired by ancient artefacts and their ancestral
symbolism, re-proposed through an ironic and contemporary lens. The collections include hand-modelled sculptures and one-off pieces and small limited editions made in moulds, characterised by continuous research into forms and materials.

The workmanship of these objects and the choice of materials aim to enhance the tactile qualities of clay, preferring to use stoneware and porcelain and self-produced glazes.
The result is unique objects, with a look that is both ancient and modern, and designed to be treasured through generations.