Subtle and dramatic like the night sky in all its glory, these celestial smoke fired ceramic incense dishes are a special collaboration with ceramic artist Elvis Robertson. Delicate and dreamlike smoked pieces created with a primal and earthy fire process. The markings are achieved by spending endless hours studying the smoke created by different materials, weather and timings and learning how to harness their powers.
- The markings, pattern and tone of each piece are unique
- Includes 1 sheet of Papier d’Arménie incense paper
- Handmade in the UK showing the marks of the maker's process
- The piece you receive may differ to dish pictured
- See about tab for individual sizings
- Use with incense cones, Papier d’Arménie or Minimalist Incense Holder
- Never leave lit or burning incense unattended
Available in four different shapes, designed to be used with delicate Papier d’Arménie, incense cones or Japanese incense sticks, adding daily markings to the pieces with the ashes of your incense journey.
Size guide (longest measurement)
Oval - 7cm.
Large Oval 8.5cm.
Care: All items are food safe it is recommended that you hand wash and dry with care.
Previously a textile designer, making bespoke pieces that worked with the houses and the personalities of the families that commissioned them, Elvis
by chance took a pottery class to give herself some time away from ‘work’ and shared her magically tactile pieces on Instagram, the work was so well received that it is now her full-time occupation.
The pieces have organic shapes and echo colours and forms from nature with a quiet, but strong identity. Working with subtle changes in glazes and smoked pieces created with a primal and earthy process. Spending endless hours studying the smoke created by different materials, weather and timings.
Elvis is interested in the strength that comes from the quietness of her work giving it a timeless feel. 'Working with fire is such a natural and elemental thing to do, it feels connected to history - a pure and exciting way to work. I relish having found my eye, feel and passion for ceramics.'
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