Palettes with Water Vessels
Over the last year I've had the pleasure of taking a handbuilding pottery class. I found myself with a lot of good sized scrap pieces of clay. Not wanting to waste them, I began making watercolor palettes. My palettes have a luxurious natural quality to them- they've been a delight to use.
These specific palettes have two water vessels incorporated into them. One is for dirty water, one is for clean water.
These are made from a clay similar to porcelain and are quite strong. They're built to last through your lifetime and be passed down to your children and grandchildren.
Since these are handmade products, each has its own unique characteristics, such as little markings within the glaze here and there, some crazing, etc. They develop a patina and age with use.
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