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  Artchaica - art.pottery.rameset.com offers unique ceramic art works informed by anonymous craftsman from recorded history and before....  Each piece begins with a hand thrown shape in Porcelain or Stoneware, hand embellished and altered, borrowing themes from antiquity and the beauty of nature.  Meticulously decorated with painted glaze designs by the artist, they celebrate our sometimes forgotten past.

 

Intricate decorative Fine Art bottles inspired by many cultures, myths and legends.

  The BOTTLE ART collection honors the vessels used to store precious substances.  Elaborately embellished, these ornamental jewels feature fanciful stoppers created from detailed original molds. The interiors are glazed to contain liquid, the finials are exquisite crowns to inspire the imagination.

 

Mayan Minoan Egyptian Fine Art Pottery and Ceramic Arts.

  The HISTORIC POTTERY works are inspired by styles of the ancient Egyptian, Mediterranean, Middle Eastern and Mesoamerican cultures. Each piece is one of a kind though the artist may explore a theme more than once.

 

Fine Art Pottery - Ceramcis inspired by Sea Shells  and other Ocean life.

 The SHELL ART group pays homage to the beauty and wonder of life on the ocean floor. Focusing on the organic shapes, textures, tantalizing colors and intricate patterns, often exhibited as an alluring warning to predators.

 

Eclectic Art Pottery and home decor pieces all unique and hand made.

 The ART POTTERY selections are a body of objects derived from varied intellectual interests. These ceramic art pieces are often informed by anthropologic sources, inspired by myths, legends, cultural ideas and diverse pottery styles exalted by the artist. Sometimes  emulating cult objects, at other times experimenting with surface textures or unusual glaze combinations.

    

  Each piece has this mark on the underside, depicting the scarab Kephri, associated with creation. Some earlier pieces may be dated and impressed with a small scarab only.  If you have any questions or would like additional information about a specific object contact:  pottery@rameset.com

 

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