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Salt and pepper shakers - babuschka style

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These salt & pepper shakers derive from my '99-feelings'-project. The babuschka shape had just the right size to become salt & pepper shakers.

These are fired twice: first the bisque firing and the second time I added the crackled glaze.
When I opened the kiln, these shakers were still a bit hot & then I applied black Indian ink to the surface of the shakers and let the ink fill the crackles. Then I rubbed all the black ink off.
It looks fragile but these shakers are sturdy and unique.

There is a plastic stopper on the bottom which makes it supereasy to fill an re-fill. These will be a great addition to you kitchen and they hope to be used every day.
Besides all that, they make a great conversation piece.

These are 7,5cm or 3” in height.

**** IMPORTANT ****
You will not receive the shakers in the picture above but they will be looking just like it. This saves me heaps of time taking pictures. In case you would like to see the shakers before you purchase, please drop me a convo. I'll be happy to take a picture for you.
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Salt and pepper shakers - babuschka style

Overview

  • Materials: clay, water, mould, kiln, electricity, glaze, ink, brush
  • Feedback: 871 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Hasselt, Belgium
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