Hard to control glaze crystals form on this decorative platter, equally suited to a living room end table as to a kitchen table centerpiece.
Read our blog post on Crystalline Pottery.
In a Parisian pottery factory of the late 1800s, two chemists made a mistake, causing colorful glaze crystals to form on the outside of their pots. The results were, at once, striking and hard to control. The potters at Simon Pearce have revisited this time intensive technique to create one of a kind, decorative vessels equally suited to a living room end table as to a kitchen table centerpiece.