Miwa blossom jar


This almost spherical jar with its small flared lip was created on the potter’s wheel by Rowley, then fired in a wood-fired kiln at Quixotica. Surface variations and breaks and trickles in the glaze are caused by the high temperature of the kiln and its swirling flames.


In Japan, a blossom jar such as this is used to hold ikibana or delicate floral arrangements. With its carefully crafted lid, it can also be used to store precious items.


This piece features a miwa glaze, hand blended and applied by Rowley.


Dimensions: 27 cm diameter x 23.5 cm high

Color: Miwa

All work is hand made by Rowley Drysdale in his studio at Quixotica Art Space in Cooroy on the Sunshine Coast of Queensland. As all pieces are one of a kind, slight variations in size, glaze and design will occur.


If your purchase arrives damaged, we will happily exchange it for a similar piece of equal value. Please note that the buyer is responsible for return shipping costs on damaged goods. Please ensure a secure shipping location is provided as we are unable to give refunds for stolen or lost packages. Unfortunately, we are unable to offer refunds or exchanges for change of mind.


Please contact us at quixoticaartspace@hotmail.com if you have any further enquiries.


 © 2018 Rowley Drysdale

 © 2018 Rowley Drysdale   Contact -  e: quixoticaartspace@hotmail.com

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