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This delightful stoneware ceramic pig is by Cambridgeshire based artist Sally Dunham.
All of Sally's work is unique and individually handcrafted from clay. Using a mixture of earthstone and porcelain clay.
Sally constructs the pieces hollow, using no moulds or interior supports, building with small slabs of clay pieced together, almost like a patchwork quilt. Each individual pieces of clay can be clearly seen in the finished piece, giving these sculptures a lively and tactile surface. The sculptures are twice fired, with the final glaze firing reaching a temperature of 1200°C. And, finally finished with an attractive bronze/gold glaze, which is how the wonderful two-tone colouring is achieved.

Height: 210mm Width: 130mm Depth: 370mm

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Pig! - Farm Animal Ceramics BY Sally Dunham

Delightfully Handcrafted Stoneware Ceramic Pig

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