Celestial blue Platter

Spain Pottery,


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This rebellious tray could work as a contrasting artefact inside an otherwise-orderly house. Easily described as edgy, unstructured, impulsive, and artistic, this striking porcelain tray, that looks like an artist's palette with its mix of colours and faux-dripping wet paint along the edges, would in general not be for the order-obsessed among us. Serve steaks of chocolate ice-cream in it and watch the fun!

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The art form is a result of a mixture of various cultures and has made its way to Spain via Iberian Peninsula and has Mexican influences due to Spanish conquest in Mexico.

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    Spain pottery is made by first sourcing clay from the earth and kneading it into consistent mass to eliminate air.To begin forming the clay into a shape, also known as the process of "throwing," potters use a spinning circular platform. This device has a circular base which the potter controls by foot to keep a consistent speed.The potter centres the clay on the spinning wheel, exerting pressure by hand to form the shape of the clay object. Sometimes molds are used in order to duplicat...

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    Length: 32
    Width: 17
    Height: 4
    Type of Material:Clay/Ceramic
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