Anthony Shapiro Collection: 8 1/2"h Cobalt Blue & White Dotted Ceramic Planter with Zig Zag LinesRegular price $250
This is a unique item.
Master of clay, Anthony Shapiro is a multi-award winning leading South African ceramicist.
His cobalt blue and white vessels are clean, contemporary and classical. His timeless ceramics are mainly hand thrown and hand coiled. Some of Shapiro’s influences are modern architecture and design as well as beaches and forests. Shapiro embraces the energy of commercialism as well as the exploration of fine art.
Known internationally, Shapiro’s work is collected by museums, individuals and galleries. Commercially his work is available at shops such as Conran’s and ABC Carpet.
8 1/2"H x 8" inner diameter (approximately)
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