“The green lotus symbolizes respect and dignity.
The spiritual world is a place to nourish the human soul, to build a strong spiritual support, to give us a sense of peace.
On a long journey of life, give you stops, to look back, rest, calm and realize how much life is worth. And then, we will move on.”
The combination of the essence of heaven and earth and the talented hands of the craftsman brings a simple, rustic feel. This vase remind a little of nostalgia from the old days. This handmade ceramic vase with ancient outline style floral motif on the body. Hand-carved pattern shapes into the clay before the piece is fired. The vase is then glazed in the traditional celadon method to have a vintage gray greenish tone color. It is a nice decorative piece with an interesting accent from the old time.
- Hand-thrown on the pottery wheel from clay, kilned at the high temperature by Vietnamese skilled potter who have been making it for generations.
- A masterpiece of artist Pham Anh Dao.
- Known for the quality of clay, the artisan has built on their skills in making this green ceramic vase.
- This ceramic vase is a great addition to your home or kitchen.
- You can use it as a water pot, as a bud vase, or just decorative!
- The piece is glazed with lead-free glaze & high-fired for long-lasting strength and durability.
- This is a handcrafted piece of art pottery. Finished items will have variations in color and texture.
- Color may vary slightly from image due to variations in monitors. Glaze may vary slightly from photo since each piece is handcrafted and unique.
- In case you buy this product as a gift and want Nam An to wrap and write a message for you, feel free to contact us!
- We ship worldwide.
Artist Pham Anh Dao is one of the most famous Vietnamese hand thrown pottery artists. His family has a long tradition of making pottery in the village of Bat Trang, each work is the spiritual child he devotes a lot of affection to create.
When the wheel turns, suddenly… the clay turns soulful
Turning wheel diligently
Together the clay and water swirled and rotated
Drops of sweat count passing time
Through his hands
The Clay! have no longer bothered
An elegant shape appeared
Rustic and poetic