Ancient Slavic Papier-mâché Bowl


This vessel design is inspired by ancient Slavic earthenware archeological artifacts. The organic textured finish and uneven edges are uniquely shaped and closely copied from the real archeological relics.
This bowl will bring an imperfect yet intimate sense of style and beauty to your home. It is the perfect addition to your home to bring character and sophistication to any space. Use each piece as is or with dried or artificial flowers to style a console table, shelf, coffee table, dresser, or any corner of your home or office where a dash of character and texture is desired.
These pieces are not intended for food or for fresh flowers, unless you put inside a protective layer.
Diameter: 6.25″
Height: 4.5″
Cleaning recommendations: gently wipe with a damp cloth or feather duster.
Do not wash or soak it in water.
Slavic Antique Medieval Pottery

Pottery, also called ceramics or ceramic art – the creation of objects, mainly cooking or storage vessels, made out of clay and then hardened by heat – was the first functional art to emerge during the Upper Paleolithic.
There are three main types of ceramic ware: earthenware, stoneware and porcelain, categorized according to the clay used to make them, and the temperature required to fire them.
Earthenware is the oldest and easiest type of pottery. It is also the softest, being heated at the lowest temperature. It usually ranges in color from light beige to dull red to dark brown.

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Additional information

Weight 10 oz
Dimensions 8 × 8 × 8 in


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