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Stone Lamp, 2018

Terra Cotta Wheel thrown table lamp with a matching slip-cast shade in a low-fire terra cotta clay.

Wired with 6' of black cotton twisted cord.

22.5" (h) x 14" (w) 

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White Gold Hat Bowl, 2018 

Wheel thrown bowl fired 3 times for a unique surface treatment.

Finished in metallic luster including real gold particles.

2.5"(t) x 7.75" (w)

 

White Gold Pointed Bowl, 2018

Wheel thrown and altered vessel fired 3 times for a unique surface treatment.

Finished in metallic luster including real gold particles.

1.75" (t) x 5.25"(w)

 

White Gold Platform, 2018

Plate Wheel thrown vessel fired 3 times for a unique surface treatment

Finished in metallic luster including real gold particles.

1.5" tall, 6" wide

 

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Aventurine Bowl, 2018

Wheel thrown bowl finished in a high iron metallic glaze

4" tall, 8.5" wide

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Black Sand Bud Vase - small, 2018

Wheel thrown vase in a custom stoneware blend containing black basalt sand

7" (t) x  3.5" (w)

 

Black Sand Bud Vase - large, 2018

Wheel thrown vase in a custom stoneware blend containing black basalt sand

8.5" (t) x, 4" (w)

 

Black Sand Jar - large, 2018

Wheel thrown storage jar in black sand stoneware. Interior glazed in a satin sage finish with white gold accent. Exterior left unglazed

4" (t) x  7" (w)

 

Black Sand Bowl - large, 2018

Wheel thrown bowl in a custom stoneware blend containing black basalt sand.

5.5" (t)x 8.5" (w)

 

Black Sand Bowl - small, 2018

Wheel thrown bowl in a custom stoneware blend containing black basalt sand

5.25" (t) x  7.5" (w)

 

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natalie weinberger

(AMERICA)

 

Natalie Weinberger is a NYC born studio potter and ceramic designer working out of a small workshop in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn. With an educational background in historic preservation, her work draws reference from forms and motifs over the medium's vast history, while retaining a sensibility that feels current. Working primarily on the wheel, she produces functional work from dinnerware to small furniture, all while embracing the collaborative nature of working in the realm of the vessel.

 

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