Clytemnestra is a wheel-thrown, stoneware ceramic bottle by Abigail Schama. Named for the Spartan princess, she is balanced and graceful in form but distinct in her complexities. She is layered in swaths of white transparent glaze, subtly textured with brushstrokes, and glinted with gold lustre.   She is suitable as a decorative piece or to hold flowers.
Back: Clytemnestra is a wheel-thrown, stoneware ceramic bottle by Abigail Schama. Named for the Spartan princess, she is balanced and graceful in form but distinct in her complexities. She is layered in swaths of white transparent glaze, subtly textured with brushstrokes, and glinted with gold lustre.   She is suitable as a decorative piece or to hold flowers.
Clytemnestra Bottle - Imprint
Clytemnestra Bottle - Imprint
Clytemnestra Bottle - Imprint

Clytemnestra Bottle

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Clytemnestra is a wheel-thrown, stoneware ceramic bottle by Abigail Schama. Named for the Spartan princess, she is balanced and graceful in form but distinct in her complexities. She is layered in swaths of white transparent glaze, subtly textured with brushstrokes, and glinted with gold lustre. She is suitable as a decorative piece or to hold flowers.

The making of...

Each piece is the result of an intimate wrangle with the artist on the wheel. Abigail Schama works with a palette of transparent glazes and 24-carat gold lustre layered over a darker clay body. She marks the exterior and interior surfaces, creating a rugged, human tactility and imbuing each vessel with its own inner life. Each pieces' form and contours play on the edges of functionality; no two pieces are alike.

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About Abigail Schama

Abigail Schama

London-based Abigail Schama came to ceramics after a long career as a painter. Her works explore untethering humanity within clay, and showcase the beauty and strength in putting imperfections on display.


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