This wheel-thrown white bottle vase is crafted from durable stoneware by ceramicist Edmund Davis at his pottery studio in Norwich. Embodying a minimalist and functional aesthetic, the bottle-shaped vase is dip glazed by hand and fired at high temperature. Perfect for brightening up any home or as a striking centrepiece on a wedding or birthday table. Available in three different sizes, the hand-thrown nature of each piece lends itself to pleasing variations and subtle irregularities.
- Matt white glaze
- Blended Cornish Clay
- Crafted by Edmund Davies
- Helgate Pottery
- L | H: 190mm ⌀ 70mm
- M | H: 155mm ⌀ 65mm
- S | H: 120mm ⌀ 60mm
Perfect for everyday use and special occasion alike, the bottle vase adds an understated elegance to any table setting. Gently wash in warm water with a bit of detergent. Due to the handmade nature, there may be pleasing variations and irregularities in size and shape. Each piece is unique and created with great skill and craftsmanship.
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Made with Care
Wheel-thrown in Cornish clay by British ceramicist Edmund Davies, each piece is unique and stamped with the makers seal.
With their graceful, fluid shape and wide base, our modernist bottle vases are perfectly proportioned and add warmth and comfort to any space.
Set to Impress
Play with the different heights and bring an elegant flair to your dining table, mantel piece or side table.
The making of the Core Collection
Out Of The Fire
Our core collections are sustainably made in a family-run workshop in Portugal. Each piece is meticulously crafted and thoroughly inspected before being packed. We take great pride in investing in every step of the process and in the skilled workers who are an integral part of the collection's creation.
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Yes, our manufacturer carries out thorough tests to ensure the clay and glazes are food safe and cadmium and lead-free.
Yes, all our stoneware products are safe to use in the oven and microwave, to a temperature of 250 ºC. Steer clear of placing pieces straight from the oven on to a cold surface, as a measure against shock resistance.
Yes, absolutely. Our ceramics have high thermal shock resistance, and will withstand temperature variations as low as -20 ºC.
Yes, our products can be washed daily in the dishwasher. To ensure our dishes last longer it is advisable to space them so they don’t rub or bump against each other during the cycle. We recommend you wash the larger and more delicate pieces by hand, as a precaution.
No. Monoware dinnerware is not suitable for stovetop cooking or for use with an open flame.
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