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Wheel-thrown stoneware, soda-fired

Each approx. H. 13 cm x dia. 8 cm



About the Artist

"My work is heavily based around my cultural background and heritage. Being half Chinese and half English my ceramics take inspiration from traditional Chinese shapes and forms, whilst the surfaces are heavily decorated in slips and oxides that contain other raw materials such as sand, slate and broken pottery collected from around the coastlines and mountain ranges of Britain. I use these materials to represent my Western culture and my cultural journey through my creativity."


Jacob Chan is a Liverpool-based ceramicist who graduated with a 1st class BA Hons Degree from Carmarthen School of Art in 2017. His award-winning work has been exhibited across the UK as well as taken him to Uzbekistan after being selected by the British Arts Council to take part in a sustainability and development of ceramics trip and into various collaborations including working with Emma Rodgers to create a piece presented to the Prime Minister of Singapore in 2019. In 2020, Jacob was a finalist on Channel 4's 'The Great Pottery Throw-down' which gained his work much attention and acclaim for his work, as well as developments in his sculptual style, have been constantly growing ever since.



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International delivery within 7-10 working days.



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If for any reason you are not happy with your purchase, we offer a full refund for any returns within 30 days from purchase.

Sake Bottles | H. 13 cm | By Jacob Chan

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