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*Please note, this moonjar is being represented directly from Elena's studio in Italy and therefore deliveries to all addresses are stated as 10 working days from purchase. Import taxes may be applicable to different destinations and if so will be charged via customs on import, they are not included within the purchase price however the delivery costs to any worldwide destination is. If you would like to check on delivery timings or would like help finding out about import tax, don't hesitate to get in touch.*




Wheel-thrown stoneware with terra sigillata, burnished and smoke-fired

H. 25 x dia. 24 cm



About Elena Arosio

"All my objects are thrown at the pottery wheel using stoneware with porcelain clay. I research pure and clean forms, with elegantly simple harmonic shapes."


"All the pieces are burnished with smooth stones and then firing in an electric oven at a temperature of 1000 degrees Celsius. The second firing takes place in a pit or inside specific containers (saggar) together with wood, sawdust, hay, herbs, oxides, and other natural materials, reaching a temperature of 900 - 1000 Celsius This is smoke firing, the oldest ceramic firing , a primitive technique that is reinterpreted in an artistic key."


"The movement of the flames, the heat and the fumes that develop create unrepeatable and sophisticated shades and colors on the surface of each vase. The smoke firing technique developed in recent years has allowed me to combine the rigor of the forged forms with the uncontrollability power of the action of fire. I like to define my vases as "firepainting" with a unique character."


ElenaArosio is an Italian ceramicist, botn in Mailand in 1977. She studied at 'Kunst Academy Brera', Mailand before taking a professional course for ceramics in Montelupo, Florence (2003-2004). In 2005, she started her own ceramic work and opened a small studio in Mailand before moving this to Bozen in 2009. Her work has been exhibited in Italy, France, Germany and the Netherlands. 

Moonjar | H. 25 cm | By Elena Arosio

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