Sale price465 €
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european designerhandcrafted

M704 Sculptural Vase
Moio Studio

european designerhandcrafted
Sale price465 €
Sold out
european designerhandcrafted
This one-of-a-kind piece is part of the Modern Ancestors project, a series of handmade sculptural vessels featuring a cobalt blue lava glaze, which reveals small spots of gold where the glaze breaks to reveal the clay body underneath. The vase in the photo is the exact vase you will receive from purchasing this listing. The pieces can look particularly striking as a family when multiple sizes are combined. All pieces are signed on the bottom and come with a certificate of authenticity.
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Moïo Studio is the Berlin-based ceramic art studio of French-Palestinian artist Maia Beyrouti. It was started in to develop a body of work investigating the role of objects that bridge art, craft, and design. With a focus on sculptural vessels and an interest in expressive surfaces, each project comes together as a result of the studio’s ongoing glaze and clay materials research. This informs a desire for certain forms and techniques inspired by architecture, raw materials, and celebrating mundane, utilitarian or overlooked details. All of the work is handmade by the artist in her studio.
Return & Exchanges
Final SaleThis piece is made to order. Once the order has been placed, the artist will make this unique piece for you. Non-refundable. No returns.
Please contact us if you have problems with your order.
13 × 23 × 27 cm Blue lava glaze on tan stoneware Technique Made by hand on the wheel

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13 × 23 × 27 cm Blue lava glaze on tan stoneware Technique Made by hand on the wheel

Shipping & Return

Return & Exchanges
Final SaleThis piece is made to order. Once the order has been placed, the artist will make this unique piece for you. Non-refundable. No returns.
Please contact us if you have problems with your order.

About

Moïo Studio is the Berlin-based ceramic art studio of French-Palestinian artist Maia Beyrouti. It was started in to develop a body of work investigating the role of objects that bridge art, craft, and design. With a focus on sculptural vessels and an interest in expressive surfaces, each project comes together as a result of the studio’s ongoing glaze and clay materials research. This informs a desire for certain forms and techniques inspired by architecture, raw materials, and celebrating mundane, utilitarian or overlooked details. All of the work is handmade by the artist in her studio.

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