ceramics

  • This small bowl with a waratah imprint is a perfect size to be used for a range of purposes including as a trinket dish, to hold your jewellery or paper clips on your desk or it be used at the dinner table for salt and pepper and other spices. This Australian flora series includes flowering gum, eucalypt, bottlebrush and kangaroo paw. This decorative bowl is ideal to be displayed as a set with other bowls and plates by the same artist. The bowl is coloured by hand and finished with a food-safe clear glaze on the inside, leaving the outside of the piece unglazed for a gorgeous smooth feel. Dimensions: approximately 7 cm diameter Materials: porcelain Porcelain care instructions These ceramics are hand made in Kim Wallace’s Sunshine Coast studio, Queensland Australia. Each piece is unique and variations may occur in size, shape, colour and glaze. Kim Wallace ceramics are made using Australian, non-toxic, food-safe clays and glazes. They are oven and dishwasher safe, however it is recommended that care be taken to avoid sudden temperature changes (for example from the oven to a cold benchtop) as this is likely to cause thermal shock which can result in the piece cracking.
  • These small handcrafted ceramic bowls make functional yet uniquely decorative Australian gifts. Carefully handcrafted this bowl is one of a kind. Traditional art with a modern twist, Bnym produces decorative pottery and ceramics that incorporates unique, hand-painted Indigenous designs in a range of colours and styles. Bnym is most renowned for their hand-painted small bowls. These contemporary Indigenous works showcase the wealth of Gippsland Indigenous culture with a fresh and vibrant style.   Note: Each bowl is unique. Patterns and size will vary. Materials: ceramics Max dimensions: H: 4cm; W: 9cm    
  • These small handcrafted ceramic bowls make functional yet uniquely decorative Australian gifts. Carefully handcrafted this bowl is one of a kind. Traditional art with a modern twist, BNYM produces decorative pottery and ceramics that incorporates unique, hand-painted Indigenous designs in a range of colours and styles. BNYM is most renowned for their hand-painted small bowls. These contemporary Indigenous works showcase the wealth of Gippsland Indigenous culture with a fresh and vibrant style.   Note: Each bowl is unique. Patterns and size will vary. Materials: ceramics Dimensions : H 4 cm; W 9 cm    
  • These small handcrafted ceramic bowls make functional yet uniquely decorative Australian gifts. Carefully handcrafted this bowl is one of a kind. Traditional art with a modern twist, Bnym produces decorative pottery and ceramics that incorporates unique, hand-painted Indigenous designs in a range of colours and styles. Bnym is most renowned for their hand-painted small bowls. These contemporary Indigenous works showcase the wealth of Gippsland Indigenous culture with a fresh and vibrant style.   Note: Each bowl is unique. Patterns and size will vary. Materials: ceramics Dimensions: H: 4 cm; W: 9cm    
  •   A gift set of 2x tiny dishes in white with hand-drawn line detail in genuine gold. This clay has a beautiful rustic, textured finish with a slight fleck which shows through the white glaze. The gold lustre is fired in the kiln for added durability and food safety. Beautifully packaged in a brown kraft gift box. There are many uses for this special little set: salt & pepper / condiments / jewellery / earrings / wedding favours etc.       Porcelain care instructions These ceramics are hand made in Kim Wallace’s Sunshine Coast studio, Queensland Australia. Each piece is unique and variations may occur in size, shape, colour and glaze. Kim Wallace ceramics are made using Australian, non-toxic, food-safe clays and glazes. Please note that lustre finishes are not dishwasher or ovenproof. DO NOT microwave lustre pieces.    
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    This stunning vessel features the waratah flower carved into the porcelain. Created from high-grade Australian porcelain clay each vessel is drawn, decorated, meticulously carved and brought to life with stunning contrast -white on a black brown background. Each vessel has a weighted sturdy base making it ideal to hold a selection of flowers or as a sturdy stand-alone sculptural piece. These are timeless pieces. Waratah (Telopea) is an Australian species, the most well-known of which has bright red flowers and is the NSW state floral emblem. It is native to the south-eastern parts of Australia (New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania). The name Waratah comes from the Eora people, the first people of the Sydney area. As an added detail, each piece has the plant flora species, Waratah, engraved on the foot rim.   Dimensions: H8.5 cm; W 6.5cm Materials: porcelain    
  •   Ceramic bowl – small, gold and black These small handcrafted ceramic bowls make stunning decorative Australian gifts. Carefully handcrafted this bowl is one of a kind.  It is glazed with gold and black lines on a white shiny surface. It has a rich lustre.     Note: Each bowl is unique. Patterns and size will vary. Materials: ceramics Dimensions: H 5cm; W: 10 cm    
  •   Ceramic bowl – small, silver and black These small handcrafted ceramic bowls make stunning decorative Australian gifts. Carefully handcrafted this bowl is one of a kind.  It is glazed with silver and black on a white shiny surface. It has a rich lustre. Note: Each bowl is unique. Patterns and size will vary. Materials: ceramics Dimensions: H: 6cm; W: 10 cm    
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    This stunning vessel features the waratah flower carved into the porcelain. Created from high-grade Australian porcelain clay each vessel is drawn, decorated, meticulously carved and brought to life with colour -red on a white matte background. Each vessel has a weighted sturdy base.  These are timeless pieces that can be placed in a group or as a single on a desk or shelf at home.  Makes a very special small gift. Waratah (Telopea) is an Australian species, the most well-known of which has bright red flowers and is the NSW state floral emblem. It is native to the south-eastern parts of Australia (New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania). The name Waratah comes from the Eora people, the first people of the Sydney area. As an added detail, each piece has the plant flora species, Waratah, engraved on the foot rim.   Dimensions: H 8.5cm; W 6.5cm Materials: porcelain    
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    This stunning vessel features the distinctive banksia cone flower carved into the porcelain. Created from high-grade Australian porcelain clay each vessel is drawn, decorated, meticulously carved and brought to life with colour -red on a white matte background. Each vessel has a weighted sturdy base.  These are timeless pieces that can be placed in a group or as a single on a desk or shelf at home.  Makes a very special small gift. Banksia is a genus of around 170 species in the plant family Proteaceae.  Its characteristic spikes and fruiting cones and head are well-known wild flowers. They are found in a wide variety of landscapes in Australia including forest, rainforest, shrubland and some more arid landscapes, though not in Australia’s deserts. As an added detail, each piece has the plant flora species, Banksia, engraved on the foot rim.   Dimensions: H: 7.5cm; W: 7cm Materials: porcelain    
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    Vase Sheoak- small

    $45.00 ex GST
    This small striking vessel features the fine form of the sheoak leaves and woody flower buds carved into white porcelain. Created from high-grade Australian porcelain clay each vessel is drawn, decorated, meticulously carved and brought to life with colour -grey on a white background.  Each vessel has a weighted sturdy base.  These are timeless pieces that can be placed in a group or as a single on a desk or shelf at home.  Makes a special small gift. Sheoak is a species of casuarina which occurs in all states of Australia as well as south and south east asia and the pacific islands. As an added detail, each piece has the plant flora species, sheoak, engraved on the foot rim.   Dimensions: H 7.5cm; W 7cm Materials: porcelain    
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    This small vessel features golden wattle carved into the porcelain.  Golden wattle (Acacia Pycnantha) is the national floral emblem of Australia. Created from high-grade Australian porcelain clay each vessel is drawn, decorated, meticulously carved and brought to life with colour -gold on a black brown background.  Each vessel has a weighted sturdy base making it ideal to hold a selection of flowers. These are timeless pieces that can be placed in a group or as a single on a desk or shelf at home.  Makes a special small gift. As an added detail, each piece has the plant flora species, Golden Wattle, engraved on the foot rim.   Dimensions: H 7.5 cm; W 6 cm Materials: porcelain    
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    Porcelain vase small This small striking vessel features the fine form of the gumnut and leaves of the eucalyptus tree carved into white porcelain. Created from high-grade Australian porcelain clay each vessel is drawn, decorated, meticulously carved and brought to life with colour -blue on a white background.  Each vessel has a weighted sturdy base.  These are timeless pieces that can be placed in a group or as a single on a desk or shelf at home.  Makes a special small gift. Eucalyptus is a large and diverse genus of over 700 trees, all of which occur in Australia. As an added detail, each piece has the plant flora species, gumnut, engraved on the foot rim.   Dimensions: H 8 cm; W 6 cm Materials: porcelain    
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    This stunning vessel features the distinctive banksia flower cone carved into the porcelain. Created from high-grade Australian porcelain clay each vessel is drawn, decorated, meticulously carved and brought to life with colour -in this case, red on a white matte background. Each vessel has a weighted sturdy base making it ideal to hold a selection of flowers or as a sturdy stand-alone sculptural piece. These are timeless pieces. Banksia is a genus of around 170 species in the plant family Proteaceae.  Its characteristic spikes and fruiting cones and head are well-known wild flowers. They are found in a wide variety of landscapes in Australia including forest, rainforest, shrubland and some more arid landscapes, though not in Australia’s deserts. As an added detail, each piece has the plant flora species, Banksia, engraved on the foot rim. Dimensions: H: 9.5cm; W: 8cm Materials: porcelain    
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    Botanical fine porcelain vase This medium striking vessel features the fine form of the gumnut and leaves of the eucalyptus tree carved into white porcelain. Created from high-grade Australian porcelain clay each vessel is drawn, decorated, meticulously carved and brought to life with colour -blue on a white background.  Each vessel has a weighted sturdy base.  These are timeless pieces that can be placed in a group or as a single on a desk or shelf at home.  Makes a very special small gift. Eucalyptus is a large and diverse genus of over 700 trees, all of which occur in Australia. As an added detail, each piece has the plant flora species, gumnut, engraved on the foot rim.   Dimensions: H 11 cm; W 7 cm Materials: porcelain   About the artist: Danica Wichtermann is a successful ceramicist and teacher working in Perth Western Australia. Her native porcelain botanical vessels are inspired by her love for the great Australian bush. Her work features the stunning distinctive flora of Australia including golden wattle, banksias, sheoaks and waratahs in a range of vessel shapes in striking colour.
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    This stunning vessel features the waratah flower carved into the porcelain. Created from high-grade Australian porcelain clay each vessel is drawn, decorated, meticulously carved and brought to life with colour -white on a black brown background. Each vessel has a weighted sturdy base making it ideal to hold a selection of flowers or as a sturdy stand-alone sculptural piece. These are timeless pieces. Waratah (Telopea) is an Australian species, the most well-known of which has bright red flowers and is the NSW state floral emblem. It is native to the south-eastern parts of Australia (New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania). The name Waratah comes from the Eora people, the first people of the Sydney area. As an added detail, each piece has the plant flora species, Waratah, engraved on the foot rim.   Dimensions: H 13.5 cm; W 9.5cm Materials: porcelain   About the artist: Danica Wichtermann is a successful ceramicist and teacher working in Perth Western Australia. Her native porcelain botanical vessels are inspired by her love for the great Australian bush. Her work features the stunning distinctive flora of Australia including golden wattle, banksias, sheoaks and waratahs in a range of vessel shapes in striking colour.