TWINN Pottery Posy Vase
The TWINN Pottery Posy Vase is a tactile speckled stoneware piece of studio pottery. Wheel throw in small quantities using sustainably sourced materials.
This Textured posy vase is wheel thrown by Faye Twinn in the UK using sustainably sourced materials. This is a small vase that can stand alone or be used to present fresh or dried flowers.
All glazes are made from raw ingredients in her studio to ensure no animal derived products are used, making them vegan friendly.
The clay Twinn uses is mined in the UK and made using a repurposed chocolate mixing machine.
Each piece is unique and sold individually. They all slightly differ due to the nature of thrown and hand carved pottery.
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Twinn Pottery uses studio methods to reduce and reuse their water consumption. Only cold water is used, and reusable water is collected in a bucket for future use.
Dried clay waste is reactivated with waste water, and reworked until it is up to standard. 50% of all Twinn Pottery’s pots are made with reclaimed water and clay.
Twinn Pottery uses clay and raw clay ingredients. The ingredients are researched thoroughly, as well as their origins, and how they are mined to ensure high ethical standards.
All products are 100% vegan. The studio even creates their own glaze as often, pre-made glazes contain animal derived ingredients.
The studio never disposes of waste clay.
Products are shipped using recycled cardboard and paper.
Twinn Pottery’s studio is powered by 100% renewable energy sources.
All materials and ingredients are sourced locally to London.
Twinn Pottery’s studio boasts a living roof, which improves air quality, improves the insulation of the space, and provides habitats for the surrounding wildlife.
Made in the UK
All of the ingredients sourced by Twinn Pottery are mined and sourced in the UK, mainly Stoke-On-Trent and Cornwall.
All products and their components made from natural materials and no use of toxic chemicals.
Delivery fee is a flat rate of £4