**Handmade on a potter's wheel. Thrown round and tall in two pieces and while still on the wheel the vase is altered into an oval shape. To acheive this the artist must throw the piece without a bottom.
**As the vase starts to dry a slab of clay is created and attached to the bottom. The piece is then carved on both ends and fired with multiple glazes to create the flow and runs of all the glaze colors.
**Water tight, looks great with fresh or dried flowers.
**The earth tone colors will look great in most decors, becoming a converstation piece because of it's uniqueness.
**15"x7" at widest point