This ceramic vase is handmade on a pottery wheel and finished with a white gloss glaze. The bowl has an Armenian poem written on it in blue ink, which adds authenticity and simplicity to the piece. It can be easily hand-washed and stored or put on display as décor in your home. The poem written on the vase is called "Krunk" by Armenian poet, Komitas.
- This product is pre-sale only
- Items are being handmade in Armenia and will ship to you in 4-6 weeks
- Material: Made of clay
- Dimensions: Approx. 3.5" - 4” diameter
- Product is handmade
- Made in Armenia
ABOUT THE DESIGNER
Mane Brutents is a solo designer-ceramist who creates pieces that have Armenian motifs with minimalistic and simple shapes, carrying a Fauvistic idea. Mane was born in St. Petersburg and lived in Moscow; however, her roots are from Syunieq. Her and her ancestry gained the surname Brutents which means belonging to the generation of ceramists. After living in Moscow for 12 years, she decided to return to Yerevan and continue designing ceramics. Her latest works include painting Armenian calligraphy and poems on bowls, plates, and vases. She handmakes all her products in her stylish basement she likes to call "Brutents Ceramics." Each piece is carefully crafted and perfected to highlight the Armenian language and its beauty.
SHIPPING & RETURNS
- Arrives in 4-6 weeks
- Shipping costs may vary
- Refer to Shop Shouga's return policy for details