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Ceramic Bird Statue by Saila Milja-Smyly

85.00
Saila Milja-Smyly ceramic bird
Saila Milja-Smyly ceramic bird
Saila Milja-Smyly ceramic bird
Saila Milja-Smyly ceramic bird

Ceramic Bird Statue by Saila Milja-Smyly

85.00

Ceramic Bird Statue

THE STORY:

Flying high......

This ceramic bird statue is hand-sculpted and glazed in blue and white, and stands on a stained oak stem and a ceramic base glazed in a "Charleston Green" color.


*this item is available on line only, similar items can be found in our gallery show room:

Charleston Crafts Gallery

161 Church Street

Charleston, SC 29401

THE SIZE:

The overall size is approximately 9" h, 10" w, and 3.5" d

THE ARTIST:

Saila Milja-Smyly - Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina

Saila’s ceramic designs compass jewelry, tableware, home & garden accessories, and sculptural design pieces. She uses glazes with a great range of surface appearance, but avoids formal decorative elements, to create ceramics that appear to have been grown by nature. Using a specific stoneware clay blend, she brushes glazes on before the are completely dry, and fires them in an electric kiln. This process results in brilliant glazes that do not absorb water, allowing the pieces to be used outdoors.

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Ceramic Bird Statue

THE STORY:

Flying high......

This ceramic bird statue is hand-sculpted and glazed in blue and white, and stands on a stained oak stem and a ceramic base glazed in a "Charleston Green" color.


*this item is available on line only, similar items can be found in our gallery show room:

Charleston Crafts Gallery

161 Church Street

Charleston, SC 29401

THE SIZE:

The overall size is approximately 9" h, 10" w, and 3.5" d

THE ARTIST:

Saila Milja-Smyly - Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina

Saila’s ceramic designs compass jewelry, tableware, home & garden accessories, and sculptural design pieces. She uses glazes with a great range of surface appearance, but avoids formal decorative elements, to create ceramics that appear to have been grown by nature. Using a specific stoneware clay blend, she brushes glazes on before the are completely dry, and fires them in an electric kiln. This process results in brilliant glazes that do not absorb water, allowing the pieces to be used outdoors.