This handmade fat bottle features a matte satin exterior glaze in crisp white, with a tactile patterning on the side bringing a unique look and feel to an otherwise classic design. Fashioned from porcelain clay and hand-thrown on a wheel, this bottle stands out for its simple design combined with the striking features of its tactile ridges.
This bottle took a lot of time and attention to detail to make. Throwing clay, is a very artful process requiring patience, dedication, and the willingness to try and try again. With experience comes style, and these bottles certainly have that. Creating the signature ridges on the side of the bottle is not easy, but when crafted by expert hands it almost appears so.
Please note that each of these pieces are unique, that’s why all our measurements are approximate: dimensions, shapes and colors may vary slightly.
Linda Bloomfield is a ceramic artist, teacher, and author. Linda has developed a signature style, and has become renowned for her use of original, colourful glazes in conjunction with her tendency to think outside the realms of tradition when it comes to shape and aesthetic design.
She likes to work with glazes obtained naturally through the process of oxidation, as opposed to commercially obtained glazes, and is creating unusual, authentic, and wonderfully weird designs which feel good to hold and are visually striking.