I don’t tend to replicate shapes as I throw - I always let the shape of the pot take form as I’m making it, pushing and pulling, giving and taking where I feel it needs it
I love doing this, it means I can stay creative and keep pushing the conventional limits around what shapes a cup/bowl/pot etc can be
Occasionally I’ll replicate a shape a few times if it’s what needs to happen as part of a set but I’m glad people can recognise my work without it conforming to a specific shape, it also helps every piece be completely unique 💫 ...
Les bijoux mésopotamiens @lunamerdin en exclusivité au @shopping_nivelles
Un voyage de 4000 ans dans le passé !
La technique de création de bijoux est perfectionnée et soumise à des normes de qualité très strictes ✅
Ruling between the 12th and 15th centuries, Artuqid Dynasty turned each of the cities of Mardin, Harput and Hasankeyf into science, culture and art centers in Mesopotamia. Artifacts, mosques, madrasahs, baths, bridges and many more Artuqids architectural works and their artistic designs survived to the present day as a legacy. The octagonal figure representing the eight heavenly gates shaped the main architectural concept and symbols. The unique stories of these fascinating lands are reborn with Luna Merdin Artuqids Collection and the history adorns your bodies.
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