Lug CrockCeramics by Joshua Williams
This bountiful earthenware pot has its origins in the milk crocks of yore. Joshua Williams has taken the open neck and lugged ear form and gently refined the dimensions to become an elegant vessel of multiple potential functions. The rich cream slip glaze offsets generous bunches of big, frothy headed flowers, such as hydrangeas or cow parsley. It has ancestors further back in history too, with echoes of classical amphorae. We can imagine using it to pour water or wine from at the table, so long as you have steady (dry) hands and a good aim…
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