Black clay bottleneck no. 14
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Stunning tall wheel-thrown and hand-carved warm black/brown clay bottleneck vessel with green celadon glazed mouth. Each organic curve and subtle variation in form makes it not just a unique piece of art, but a testament to the timeless beauty of heirloom pottery. Due to the narrow opening, it can be displayed as a standalone piece, or styled with thin stems of dried or faux botanicals.
Dimensions: 10.25” tall x 5” wide
Dust with a damp cloth
Signed and dated by Dana Chieco
One of a kind
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A. For U.S. domestic orders, ground shipping is free!
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Q. How long will shipping take?
A. Domestic: Items are packaged and shipped within 0-3 business days via USPS or UPS ground and should be received within 2-8 business days from shipment. On the day the order is shipped, you will receive an email with tracking information.
Q. Are shipments insured?
A. All orders ship with insurance covering loss or damage *during transit*. To receive a refund or exchange for item(s) damaged during shipment, you will need to take pictures the box and packaging as well as any damaged pieces and send to firstname.lastname@example.org along with your order # and a message within 48 hours of delivery. If your order is a gift for someone, please open and inspect the package immediately upon receipt, before giving it to the recipient.
Q. Do you have a storefront?
A. Dana Chieco Studio does not have a storefront open to the public. However, available ceramics can be viewed by appointment in Culver City. Individuals and small groups are welcome! Local purchases and pick up include a 10% discount. Please contact me for more information.
Q. Can I place a custom order?
A. If you are interested in a different size, shape, clay / glaze combination, custom inscription, or other customization, please contact me. Note: commissions usually take 4 - 8 weeks.