Tidal Wave Serving Bowl

Jason Silverman's serving bowl is part functional piece, part serene ocean-inspired sculpture.
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Jason Silverman

$100.00

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Jason Silverman

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Go with the Flow

Imagine floating on the ocean beneath a star-strewn sky. Ahhh, the serenity. Jason Silverman captures the colors and sentiment in his beautiful serving bowl. He crafts each from porcelain, pressing a subtle yet mesmerizing swirl into the bottom of the basins. Next, he paints the raw clay with striking glazes that melt and flow together in the kiln. An elegant centerpiece or fruit bowl, the design makes an impressive housewarming or wedding gift for ocean lovers. Handmade in Pennsylvania.

Due to the handmade nature of this item, each is unique and will vary.

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Jason Silverman

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Jason Silverman

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“I see the balance of function and beauty as an underlying guide to all of my pottery.”

When he was 19, Jason Silverman took his first pottery class at the Rhode Island School of Design. When he was halfway through his first attempt at throwing on a wheel, he was hooked. Throughout his time at RISD, Jason honed many technical skills and explored the art of glaze making. He's particularly drawn to and influenced by Chinese Chin Dynasty techniques and colors, which are usually wide, smooth, and vibrant. "I see the balance of function and beauty as an underlying guide to all of my pottery," he says. Should you purchase one of Jason's unique designs, look for his signature, subtle swirl found in the work's base. He lives and creates in Glenside, Pennsylvania.

Handmade Made in the USA
Made from
porcelain
Measurements
15.5" diameter x 4.75" H
Ingredients
Care
Dishwasher safe.
Item ID
48432

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