personalized cursive wedding vase

by Sheree Burlington $150.00
Handmade

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  • the story

A Gift to Have and to Hold...Mostly to Hold

Blenders, waffle irons, and baking pans all come in handy for young marrieds, but may not quite deliver the special statement you're looking for (especially when your blender gift is one of five at the shower). Sheree Burlington's personalized wedding vase is a pretty, but practical way to commemorate the special couple. Submit the bride and groom's names and the wedding date, and Burlington will hand-write them in cursive on a white, earthenware vase. The look is stylishly vintage, and the effect is subtle, making this vase perfect for everyday use in the recipients' new home. Handmade in New Hampshire.

  • details
Handmade
Item ID
20154
Made from
earthenware
Measurements
4" L x 4" W x 10" H, 64 fl. oz.
Notes
Hand Wash Only

Two first names (10 character max for each name) and date, hand written in cursive, repeated as space allows on front and back.

Stamped numerical date will read 2 digits per month, day & year(ie: 11.17.10 MM.DD.YY) The handwritten portion will read as: 17 November 2010.
  • the maker

Sheree Burlington

Sheree Burlington opened Museware Pottery in the summer of 2005. Her work is playful and fun with a bit of attitude and a look that's all her own. Inspired by mixed media collage and vintage-looking rubber stamps, each piece is hand stamped (She carves her own) and painted with unique images, words and phrases that range from witty to inspirational.

Burlington began her career in 1985, designing interiors and kitchens. But the real fun began in 1998, when she began frequenting a local pottery studio to paint unfinished pottery. This hobby progressed into a full-time love and job, and in 2002 she and friend Ricci Allard opened "You're Fired - Paint Your Own Pottery and Mosaics." After they opened three more sister stores, Burlington set out on her own to start Museware Pottery, which is located in a historic mill in downtown Manchester, New Hampshire. collection

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