Handmade teapot in Denmark.
Hannah Blackall-Smith is an English ceramist living for 2 years in Copenhagen. Working almost exclusively on a potter's wheel with stoneware and porcelain fired at high temperatures, she makes timeless objects for everyday life. It aims to create a softly minimalist aesthetic that is both rustic and elegant. Inspiration comes from the soothing natural colors of the various clay bodies she uses as well as the Nordic design, simplicity and traditional British pottery techniques she has learned. Her favorite technique is the lathe, she often adds a fluted texture to some of her pieces. Creating visible traces and irregularities of the manufacturing process by hand is a form of communication with the final owner of the piece.
MATERIALS : Gray sandstone
TECHNIQUE : Lathe then engraved by hand for the exterior surface
ENAMEL : Transparent Satin
COLOUR : Speckled white
DIMENSIONS : Ø 9cm approximately, height 10cm
USES AND MAINTENANCE:
Dishwasher: Yes but beware of shocks
NOTE: Like any handcrafted product, these pieces may have slight variations in shape, color and thickness.