The larger of the two vases in these photos.
Sculpted by hand in Lombok, Indonesia, this over-sized vase is created from terracotta, one of the world's oldest sculpting materials. Each family has its own wheel, the vase is spun on a table by hand and the decorative motif applied using fingers and homemade combs. The drying process remains as it was 100 years ago: the vase is dried in a low-heat, open-air kiln, using coconut husks as fuel.
Note: As terracotta is not 100% waterproof, these vases are designed for decoration rather than water usage.
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