Tall porcelain vase with soda vapour glaze, Jack Doherty (1948) - Kate Thurlow | Tony Bunzl

Tall porcelain vase with soda vapour glaze, Jack Doherty (1948)

£320.00






A cylindrical thrown porcelain vase tapering from the circular base to an oval neck with cut and impressed abstract decoration on both sides, covered with a soda vapour pale celadon glaze, foot and interior unglazed, bearing the impressed studio potter's mark, Jack Doherty, British studio potter, b. 1948

HEIGHT:

11 1/2 in. (29 cm)

DIAMETER: (at base)

7 in. (8 cm)

   

Irish Potter Jack Doherty works from his studio in Cornwall. He makes porcelain vessel forms that are thrown on the potter's wheel then carved and shaped when the clay is soft to reflect the fluidity of the material and physicality of making. The elemental colour and surface texture are created by the fusion of fire and soda in the intense heat of the kiln.

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