Mid-16th century naturalistic earthenware with allegoric decoration of a coiled snake lurking in aquatic plants, by French Renaissance potter Bernard Palissy.
The Parisian Palissy workshop, excelled at casting from life leaves, shells and small animals such as snakes, lizards or insects, to create reliefs for his innovative rustic ware.
Found at V&A’s ceramic collection.
Three more B. Palissy earthenware from the same era
Hand-thrown domestic ware, made of limoge porcelain by UK ceramicist Nicola Tassie.
From the Disfigurines series by American ceramist Justin Novak.
Glazed ceramic ‘Alessandro’s Pizza’ by Tutto Tutto Bene. $250 or $30 per slice.
Ceramic pieces by Ronit Baranga.
View WWT’s previous post on captivating Ronit’s work here.
Cloud Form from ceramic artist Sam Chung
Escaping tableware by Ronit Baranga.
… and read an interview with Ronit here