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"Unglazed bowl" by Hannah Robinson

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"Unglazed bowl" by Hannah Robinson

from 52.00

Porcelain forms made from balloon casting and using heat during the firing process to create unpredictable outcomes varying in shape and size.

The unglazed bowl combines raw material with distinctive shape. Perfect for adding interest to a table of shelf.  

Made from porcelain, each piece is made using a bespoke process, making each piece unique.

Available in S, M and L.

 

All Hannah's incredible porcelains are totally unique, individual and made to order and will therefore vary in shape and size. 

Lead time 3-5 weeks

UK postage cost included (please contact us direct for international shipping charges)

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Porcelain forms made from balloon casting and using heat during the firing process to create unpredictable outcomes varying in shape and size.

The unglazed bowl combines raw material with distinctive shape. Perfect for adding interest to a table of shelf.  

Made from porcelain, each piece is made using a bespoke process, making each piece unique.

Available in S, M and L.

 

All Hannah's incredible porcelains are totally unique, individual and made to order and will therefore vary in shape and size. 

Lead time 3-5 weeks

UK postage cost included (please contact us direct for international shipping charges)

Hannah Robinson’s products are created through material experimentation, looking to push boundaries and test materials to the limits. Her design process is inspired by human behaviour and current social and practical issues,  

“I believe design is the most exciting and appropriate way to engage with society. In turn, my work reflects and responds to different problems and creates engaging experiences. “

“My goals as a designer are to create a unique experience through my products, whether that be a new sensation, thought, or point of view. I want to encourage the playful side encourage people to ask questions about the art and design world and social situations around us.”