One-plant pots Just one plant went into each of these white ceramic ‘Cylinder’ containers, from Gainey Ceramics. A single plant with a bold, sculptural shape is easier on the eye than a mixed planting. And a white pot allows it to shine.
Tsuji Yoshiko creates vessels through a glaze technique where the ash from a local wood with which the kiln is fired melts onto the piece itself. Each vessel is wheel thrown gracefully thin, and finished with a turquoise brilliance.
Totem Pattern was design by Susan Williams Ellis the founder of Portmeirion Pottery, England. This Modernist coffee pot is in the popular and collectible Totem design and in the rarer blue colour. Produced from the late 60s this tall cylinder shaped pot holds 1.2L It come is good condition with hardly any signs of use. There is a tiny pin size flake to blue glaze on the inside rim of coffee pot otherwise in perfect condition. It measures 33 cm high Striking piece and displays beautifully.