The lid lifts to reveal a small container for your treasures.
Inspired by votive ceramics, this sculpture was made using the slipcast technique.
slipcast technique, then finished and hand-glazed with a self-produced glaze.
The white glaze creates small clusters of pink micro-crystals on the surface, which enhance the modelled form.
Materials: stoneware and enamel
Dimensions: 19x8x8 cm
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90,00 € 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.