A small vase Balls is, as the name implies is spherical in shape. The geometric design with functional details and the whiteness of the vase are beautifully shaped into one integrity. A small vase Balls is the smallest size from a triple set of vases Balls.
- Material: ceramic
- Color: white
- Height: approx. 15.5 cm
- Volume: ca 1600 ml
- Dobvljivo v 3-5 weeks.
In a little vase Balls a large amount of water can be poured as it has a particularly large volume. Your flowers will be grateful for the long supply of liquid. Outside
the mouthpiece at the top of the product is elegantly shaped, making it easy to pour in and out of water. The practical handles on the sides make it easy to carry the ceramic product.
The small vase Kugli is a great gift for special occasions
Simple vase design Balls it gives you the certainty that it will be the right choice if you are looking for the right gift for a special occasion or for a personal holiday for your loved ones. The basic geometric shape of the ball and the fine details on the vase will surely match up nicely in any environment. It goes well into a classic as well as modern furnished apartment. The neutral white color and the minimalist design of the vase also work great on their own, as a decorative item exhibited on a shelf.
Ceramic products in PANNart ceramics workshops are molded. This type of manufacturing allows us to produce a series of products. Fill the mold with the ceramic casting mold to the top. Wait for the crust to form on the inner wall of the mold, cast off the excess mass and then carefully remove the mold parts. We wait a few days for the product to dry. It is then sintered at high
temperatures. Even porous vessels receive a transparent glaze. Re-burn at high temperatures, when the oven cools down, the products can be removed from the oven. All products are handmade and made of natural materials, so the products show traces of workmanship, each product being slightly different from the other.
Molding is one of the oldest and very commonly used ways of designing and manufacturing products. Already in the Bronze Age, they have successfully used this technique to make everyday objects and jewelry. This is where the first germs of series production are found. Casting can also produce more complex and extremely large shapes.