Large Wedding Vase size about 6 x 6 x 14
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This is a decorative piece of stoneware pottery that is popular because of its unique shape, contains some history, and also makes a great wedding gift .
There is an Indian legend of the wedding vase that is believed to be a part of ancient marriage ceremonies. This is where this shape gets its name.
This piece can be cleaned with water. Let moisture in the clay dry thoroughly before placing back on a shelf or table.
This piece generally ships in 2 to 5 business days.
About Stormy Skies Pottery
This Pottery is made of Hi-Fire Stoneware, it is durable, vibrant, colorful and is functional or decorative. Our goal in designing this pottery was to meet the customer requests for a pottery line that expressed a combination of blue coloring. We wanted to create a blue that was vibrant yet contained eye catching accents. Ironically the day we pulled the first piece of this pottery out of the kiln it was a stormy cloudy day with all the colors of this pottery in the sky. This is where we got the name Stormy Skies. We mastered the deep blue coloring, with cloud like white accents to brighten the piece, and dark variations of gray to blend the clouds and sky appeal accomplishing our goal of a vibrant combination of blue colorings. The black inside the piece and dark coloring enriches the look of this piece when placed on a black surface. When on a white or light surface the white coloring in the pottery blends well and the darker colors contrast for a vibrant colorful look, even on a wood surface the rich, deep coloring looks good. Whether you intend to use or display this pottery it adds color and elegance to any room. Cleans easily with water and soap if needed. Since we make this pottery by hand and also hand apply the glazes each piece may vary a little from what is pictured and be unique within itself. Inquiries about large orders for, special occasions, convention gifts, or purchasing for retail stores please give us a call.
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