This vase from 1882 Ltd., inspired by Ancient World pottery and Martyn Thompson’s unique style, reimagines the classical forms of fine bone china tableware whilst maintaining its fabled utility and function. The unique design of this piece makes it an inimitable items that will be at home in any aesthetically-aware household. Made in keeping with traditional production processes from the finest materials available, the Accidental Expressionist collection modernises an age old craft thanks to the collaboration between artisanal industrial experts and the innovative contemporary designer Martyn Thompson – grand-nephew of the celebrated ceramicist Susie Cooper.
1882 Ltd. is a design-led ceramics institution based in Stoke-on-Trent, a town in England renowned for its rich heritage in ceramic production. Founded by fourth- and fifth-generation members of the famous Johnson Brothers family, 1882 Ltd. brings new and innovative ideas into the craft with a mission to unite progressive design with the traditional industrial craftsmanship that established Wedgwood as a household name. With their passion for process and eye for design, 1882 Ltd.’s pieces are unparalleled in their quality, ingenuity and longevity. For the StandardWare Nude and Stone collection, 1882 Ltd. has teamed up with the nascent Brooklyn-based industrial design powerhouse Fort Standard, founded in 2011 by Gregory Buntain and Ian Collings and already a name of great repute in the industry. This collaboration doesn’t simply modernise a hallowed craft, but looks to the future and presents pieces that are made for posterity, embodying the best of traditional British manufacture and contemporary American design for future generations. All items are dishwasher and microwave safe.
THIS ITEM IS ELEGIBLE FOR RETURN WITHIN 30 DAYS OF RECEIPT IF UNUSED AND IN ITS ORIGINAL CONDITION.
H: 37 x D: 19 cm
H40cm x W40cm x L40cm