RebeccaEdelmann

Playful Danish Ceramics

Bristol, England | 96 Sales

RebeccaEdelmann

Playful Danish Ceramics

Bristol, England 96 Sales On Etsy since 2014

5 out of 5 stars
(20)

Announcement   New work will be coming soon!
If you would like to take a look at what I am currently up to, then pop over and say hi on my instagram page @rebeccaedelmann.
For my more sculptural work, and for my blog on my process and inspirations, pop by my website rebeccaedelmann.com

Announcement

Last updated on 05 Oct, 2018

New work will be coming soon!
If you would like to take a look at what I am currently up to, then pop over and say hi on my instagram page @rebeccaedelmann.
For my more sculptural work, and for my blog on my process and inspirations, pop by my website rebeccaedelmann.com

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Making several larger pots with view to making a rainbow of them, can't wait!

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About

Fun, naughty, and lovely Scandinavian ceramics

I am a Danish ceramicist who makes works inspired by the ridiculous, the joyous, and the body. Three things which I find often overlap. I thrive for a simplicity of form and colour which will show off the clay and the subject the clearest.
I'm at my happiest arm deep in clay and glazes, working away in my home studio, in the house I share with my partner the poet Joel Scarfe and our two daughters.

For pictures of what I am currently working on in my studio in Bristol, visit my instagram page: www.instagram.com/rebeccaedelmann

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Last updated on 29 Jun, 2018
Frequently asked questions
Gift wrapping and packaging

I try to gift wrap all my work in an attractive way, so that it is as much of an event to receive them, as it is to finally hold them in your hand.
However, as the works are all shapes and sizes, some of them will not be able to be packaged in a gift box, and I will be more focused on making sure the work reaches you safely and in one piece.

For these items I still make my own mailing boxes from recycled materials in order to be sure that they fit the size of each piece I send out.

Why does my piece look as it does?

Porcelain and clay go through some amazing processes - they are shaped, and repeatedly fired to extremely high temperatures with glazes that vitrify (turn into glass) because of the high temperature. During this long process pieces will undergo changes that are impossible to foresee, but become part of each piece. If your item doesn't look like something mass produced, then that is the reason, and for that reason each piece will have a life and personality of its own, with bumps and beauty spots of their own. Enjoy those differences. They are what makes that pot or vessel its very own, and there isn't one like it anywhere in the world.

Custom and personalised orders

It is possible to order personalised variations of my body pots, or commission a piece if you wanted more than one of my things, or one larger or smaller than what is available, however please note: The process from start to finish can take up to six weeks, seven if commission requires gold lustre (as it needs an extra firing), and because of the varied and complicated process each item goes through, it's impossible to fully predict how each thing will emerge from that process, so personalised orders take time, and there will be variation in looks.
Contact me to discuss further. I take a deposit of 50% for any specifically personalised or commissioned pieces.

Seller details
Rebecca Edelmann
75 high street
Easton
BRISTOL, Avon BS5 6DW
United Kingdom