Solidi bowl

Part gem, part house, part path depending on how you look at it, this illustration inhabits the bottom of a bowl perfect for your dishes, as a small fruit bowl, but also for storing small objects, jewellery or whatever else you might want.
The decoration is made with pencils and ceramic crayons, alternating with a dense, full-bodied colour, reminiscent of acrylics. Perfect for combining with flat plates, but also beautiful on its own!
Entirely handmade with slabs of white earth worked to have the grain of a coarse paper, this ceramic bears the mark of irregularity that makes it unique and interprets the techniques of a traditional craft in a graphic and contemporary key.
The colours, glazes and crystals are lead-free and self-produced from certified materials.
Each pottery is the result of a long craftsmanship, has been fired twice at 980 degrees and is dishwasher safe.

Measurements: diameter 18 cm
Height: 4 cm

This product can be combined with the various models of Plates, present in our shop.

Shipping costs: Shipping costs will be calculated at the time of purchase. We are the spokesperson for a community of artisans, so each item is shipped directly from the person who produced it.
Delivery times will respect the rhythm of those who have worked on this project with care. For beautiful things you have to know how to wait.

30,00  Euro

1 in stock

Find out who made this item

Petra Paoli, the founder of ODEON STUDIO, began her journey in Faenza, a city steeped in art and ceramic tradition, where she learned the techniques of an ancient and fascinating craft.
Alongside her love of forms, she has a deep passion for children’s literature and the visuals contained within it. Today she is a ceramist, ateliers and teacher on the Board of Education of the Drosselmeier Academy, a school and research center for children’s literature. She cultivates Odeon Studio in what was once the projection booth of the historic Odeon cinema, whose name she maintains, giving life to a new project aimed at the art and culture of childhood, with particular attention to the visual and to literature.

Here he continues his research into soils with different characteristics and the choice of largely self-produced and abiotic colors, research that flows into a collection called [C] like “carta”(paper), in which clay becomes paper support, to house signs, textures and graphic experiments.
Traditional methods in a contemporary key, in search of an idea of beauty that abandons the utopia of perfection in favor of uniqueness.