The Product: Celadon pottery handmade in Thailand
This beautiful, hand-decorated celadon pottery pot was handmade in the city of Chiangmai in northern Thailand. The pottery has been producing celadon and stoneware pots in a variety of coloured glazes for more than 40 years.
Individual glazed stoneware pots from this pottery each bear the mark of the artist maker. The pots are made from local stoneware clay, hand-thrown and then, once dried ‘leather hard’, they are hand-decorated. When completely dry, the pots are biscuit-fired, glazed and then fired a final time.
The glowing colour and shapely silhouette of these ceramics speak for themselves. The fact they are infused with traditional Thai culture and decorative style is an added bonus. But the best bit is that these pots – despite their traditional heritage looks – work brilliantly in modern, interior schemes. Mix them up with more directional, decorative accessories in a still life display. Use them as a glossy contrast to matt textures. Or give as a stylish and unique housewarming, Christmas or birthday gift to an interiors-loving friend or family member. For more Thai decorating inspiration, head to our Pinterest page here and check out our ‘Thai Style’ board. Alternatively, see our full edit of globally-inspired ceramics by clicking here.
This elliptical celadon pottery pot, with its slim neck and diminutive urn-shaped handles, was handcrafted in Chiangmai, northern Thailand. It measures approximately 24cm tall x 19cm width x 12cm depth. Decorative use only. Not suitable for holding water.