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Sea Urchin Soap Dish by Mayako Blackburn

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Mayako Blackburn pottery

Sea Urchin Soap Dish by Mayako Blackburn

18.00

Soap Dish

THE STORY:

Inspired by the Sea......

This delightful sea urchin inspired soap dish is produced with high fire clay thrown on a pottery wheel. A practical design with three ridges to keep hand soap fresh and airy. Each detail is hand built, piece by piece and dipped in a white high fire glaze..

*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:

Approximately 4 1/2" diameter x 3/4"

THE ARTIST:


Mayako Blackburn - Charleston, SC

Mayako grew up in Northern Japan with a very talented and creative mother and grandparents. Her grandfather owned and operated a textile factory producing clothing that was sold throughout Japan. From an early age, Mayako sewed and designed with her family. She has been an artist ever since; painting, sewing, woodworking and creating ceramics. Her studio is in her home in Charleston, which is surrounded by Live Oak trees in a beautiful plantation setting. Her love for nature, including the natural beauty of the ocean, inspires her passion to create unique and contemporary ceramics.

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Soap Dish

THE STORY:

Inspired by the Sea......

This delightful sea urchin inspired soap dish is produced with high fire clay thrown on a pottery wheel. A practical design with three ridges to keep hand soap fresh and airy. Each detail is hand built, piece by piece and dipped in a white high fire glaze..

*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:

Approximately 4 1/2" diameter x 3/4"

THE ARTIST:


Mayako Blackburn - Charleston, SC

Mayako grew up in Northern Japan with a very talented and creative mother and grandparents. Her grandfather owned and operated a textile factory producing clothing that was sold throughout Japan. From an early age, Mayako sewed and designed with her family. She has been an artist ever since; painting, sewing, woodworking and creating ceramics. Her studio is in her home in Charleston, which is surrounded by Live Oak trees in a beautiful plantation setting. Her love for nature, including the natural beauty of the ocean, inspires her passion to create unique and contemporary ceramics.