Rose de Heer is a ceramicist based in San Francisco. She works in both stoneware and porcelain. Much of her inspiration comes from growing up in Honolulu, where she spent hours upon hours exploring the reefs full of corals, sea urchins, turtles and tropical fish. In many of her pieces there's a reflection of the sand and the ocean, and the natural geometry of marine creature, as she combines their organic forms with surface patterns.
A striking indigo, each oval bowl is unique. A slab of clay is rolled out, hand-cut into ovals, and draped over plaster rounds. After a bisque firing, the plates are individually dipped in a combination of two glazes in order to create a deep sea indigo with tiny fleck of silvery slate grey and black.
Dishwasher safe. For enduring color, we recommend washing by hand.
*Please note that as these are handmade, each bowl will vary slightly.
Handmade in San Francisco. Made of stoneware with a deep indigo glaze.