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ceramic bottle vases


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ceramic bottle vases by lucy burley  from £36.50

Slender, elegant bottle vase with a smooth, semi-matt glazed exterior, in a range of beautiful colours. Ideal for holding a single flower, or displayed as part of a group of vessels. The bottle vase is wheel-thrown using white earthenware clay; the exterior is smooth to the touch, and the inner glaze is transparent and water-tight.

This piece is made to order so may take up to 21 days for delivery



Additional Information


small: 16-18cm in height
medium: 20-24cm in height
tall: 25-27cm in height

number in edition

individually made so each is unique

postage & packaging

£4.50 (this applies to UK customers only). If you are an international customer please contact us at to get a separate quote.

care instructions

wash by hand

about the artist

Lucy started going to Art classes to unwind, after her busy days working in the TV industry and that was it. Lucy suddenly found where she wanted to be. She took a year off work to do a Foundation course at Wimbledon, which led to a place on the Ceramics degree course at Camberwell. Fast-forward fifteen years and Lucy is in the very happy position of making pots in her studio in the countryside – based in Farnham in Surrey. Lucy loves throwing on the wheel; it requires a lot of concentration but is completely relaxing – she loses herself in the rhythm of it. She make a range of forms – bottles, vases, jugs and bowls, using white earthenware clay and a smooth semi-matt glaze which she formulated (with help from the wonderful John Forde) at college and to which she adds various oxides and stains to get a range of colours both subtle and vivid. Lucy is inspired by Morandi’s still-life paintings and enjoys arranging her work in groups which look like family portraits, where the members are related but not identical. Lucy teaches Ceramics to adults and children, and hopes that she might be able to inspire people with a love of pottery as she was inspired, and to encourage anyone considering a career change to be brave and take the plunge.