Faceted Ceramic Vessels

  • A new ceramic collaboration, this collection of faceted vessels have been handmade in East Sussex by Effie Gibson. Beautiful when used as a vase for your favourite stem or as a stand-alone object of beauty. Each piece has a different finish, where the surface of the form is revealed through experimentation with the application of glazes, shape and textures.

    - Limited edition collection only available at The Future Kept
    - Only 1 of each piece available, please select from dropdown
    - Handmade by Effie Gibson in the UK
    - Small: 11.5 cm x 5 cm (approx)
    - Medium: 16 cm x 6 cm (approx)
    - Large: 18 cm x 7 cm (approx)
    - Exact dimensions of each piece in about tab
    - View our full ceramics collection

    Forms inspired by worn and weathered surfaces, lichens, rock formations and the details of wintry landscapes such as light snow blown over gravel.

  • Small 1: 9cm x 5.5cm
    Small 2: 12.5cm x 5.5cm
    Small 3: 11.5cm x 5cm
    Small 4: 12cm x 6cm
    Small 5: 11.5cm x 5cm
    Small 6: 12cm x 6cm
    Small 7: 13cm x 5cm
    Medium 1: 16cm x 6.5cm
    Medium 2: 15cm x 5cm
    Medium 3: 13cm x 7cm
    Medium 4: 12cm x 7cm
    Medium 5: 15.5cm x 7cm
    Medium 6: 15cm x 8cm
    Large 1: 17.5cm x 7cm
    Large 2: 19cm x 7cm


    Initially trained as a painter at the Royal College of Art, Effie Gibson came to ceramics as another way of exploring mark making, colour and texture. Working with clay to experience the materiality of using a natural substance from the earth to create forms inspired by it - worn and weathered surfaces, lichens, rock formations and the details of wintry landscapes such as light snow blown over gravel.

    Effie uses rough and textured clays with a variety of slips glazes applied to the body of the pots. Using a simple matt white glaze which is applied lightly so that the colours of the slips come though. Apart from creating shapes which can be both functional and beautiful, it is the interplay between the different clays, slips and white glaze that is her main focus of experimentation. 







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