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Cobalt Vase 2

by Nicolette Johnson
$425.00
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  • Product Detail
  • dimensions: 5" Dia x 12" H
  • Weight: 5.0 lb
  • product material: Glazed Stoneware
  • product origin: Australia
  • product care: 
    • Vase should be placed on a secure, level surface for stability.
    • To avoid damage to the vase when moving, handle with care.
    • Avoid prolonged exposure to direct sunlight as well as extreme heat, cold or humidity.
    • Vase should be placed on a coaster or soft padding to protect wood surfaces from scratching.
    • Vase may be cleaned with a soft, dry cloth.
    • When in doubt, contact a professional art conservator.
  • shipping notes: Flat Rate Shipping: This art piece qualifies for a flat $15 shipping rate. Each vase is packed and shipped with efficiency and the piece's safety in mind.
  • return notes: Original art pieces are final sale items and cannot be returned. If you have questions, our customer support team may be reached by email at customersupport@schoolhouse.com or by phone at 1-800-630-7113.

A modernist take on an ancient form, these hand-thrown ceramic sculptures inspire wonder and celebrate artisan stoneware craft. With a stunning cobalt gloss glaze exterior and clean seamless lines, Cobalt Vase 2 is one of three original works in our exclusive Schoolhouse Art Studio collection by Australia-based ceramic artist Nicolette Johnson.

Dimensions: 5" Dia x 12" H
Product material: Glazed Stoneware
Product origin: Australia
Return notes: Original art pieces are final sale items and cannot be returned. If you have questions, our customer support team may be reached by email at customersupport@schoolhouse.com or by phone at 1-800-630-7113.
Weight: 5.0 lb

Flat Rate Shipping: This art piece qualifies for a flat $15 shipping rate. Each vase is packed and shipped with efficiency and the piece's safety in mind.

  • Vase should be placed on a secure, level surface for stability.
  • To avoid damage to the vase when moving, handle with care.
  • Avoid prolonged exposure to direct sunlight as well as extreme heat, cold or humidity.
  • Vase should be placed on a coaster or soft padding to protect wood surfaces from scratching.
  • Vase may be cleaned with a soft, dry cloth.
  • When in doubt, contact a professional art conservator.
Nicolette Johnson Bio Photo

Artist Statement

Nicolette Johnson is a London-born ceramic artist based in Brisbane, Australia. Working in stoneware using wheel throwing techniques, Nicolette applies clean, modernist lines and colours to re-imagined ancient forms. With a background in photographic art and social documentary, Nicolette began studying ceramics in 2015 and is currently continuing her practice-led exploration into functional and sculptural ceramic artworks. Nicolette makes each one of her pieces by hand in small batches in her home studio.