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Tea Bowl by Ed Bryan

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Tea Bowl by Ed Bryan

95.00

Tea Bowl

 

THE STORY: 

Imperfectly perfect......

This delightful tea bowl is thrown with out centering giving it a natural form.  Whether you are a tea drinker or just a lover of pottery, this tea bowl makes a perfect addition to yours or any home.

 

*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" x 4.5" x 4.5 "

 

THE ARTIST:

Ed Bryan - Columbia, South Carolina

Thirty years after falling under the spell of clay and the potters’ wheel, Ed Bryan’s distinctive work in stoneware continues to grow and evolve. Ed’s pieces are refined, yet rustic and masculine in style; finished with textured, earthy glazes. Traditional utilitarian Japanese influence is almost always evident in his work, and his pieces are often enhanced with hemp-wrapped bamboo handles and aged copper accents. While highly decorative, most of his work is entirely functional as well; from traditional water-carrying vessels to artistically rendered face jugs and hanging bird houses. Serving pieces are food safe.

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Tea Bowl

 

THE STORY: 

Imperfectly perfect......

This delightful tea bowl is thrown with out centering giving it a natural form.  Whether you are a tea drinker or just a lover of pottery, this tea bowl makes a perfect addition to yours or any home.

 

*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" x 4.5" x 4.5 "

 

THE ARTIST:

Ed Bryan - Columbia, South Carolina

Thirty years after falling under the spell of clay and the potters’ wheel, Ed Bryan’s distinctive work in stoneware continues to grow and evolve. Ed’s pieces are refined, yet rustic and masculine in style; finished with textured, earthy glazes. Traditional utilitarian Japanese influence is almost always evident in his work, and his pieces are often enhanced with hemp-wrapped bamboo handles and aged copper accents. While highly decorative, most of his work is entirely functional as well; from traditional water-carrying vessels to artistically rendered face jugs and hanging bird houses. Serving pieces are food safe.