The all rounder, not to big not to small, stacks in the dishwasher, stacks on the shelf with a small foot print. Has some weight to the base for heat/cold retention and a thickish lip that can take a blow...but still manages to look pretty! Yep, your a keeper.
Made with love & intent.
BODY: Custom Frank Void cool tone stoneware speckle
FINISH: Glazed on top/dribble side only. The remaining area has a raw clay body* finish.
SIZE: Ø 15cm H 7.5cm
COLOURS: Frank Void White Glaze
Every bowl is made by hand with love ensuring each has its own unique character. The white glaze is applied by Frank with a pouring technique first partially filling the bowl followed by a twirl and a spin of the wrist before pouring it out over the lip that you can witness slightly differently on each piece.
*Sealed with a food safe water based sealer for stain proof functional ware.
Frank Void vessels are designed and created to live in a commercial environment and will survive the microwave, dishwasher or oven. But like all things loved and cherished best practice would be to treat with care and hand wash for longevity.
All surfaces are sealed on your Frank Void vessel either with glaze that you can see or the raw clay surface has been sealed with a food safe sealer that repels liquids greatly minimising staining.
Frank Void vessels are individually handmade by Frank with love and intent to be as perfect as the original design intended. But each will vary slightly with makers marks unique to each piece, and the slightly different path each takes on its evolution from the custom mix of clay to firing and glazing.
This we celebrate it is the personality traits of your unique piece of art.
Every piece starts as a ball of clay weighed to specific number, this is consistent.
Frank Void makes to width, tolerances will be within +/- 5mm.
The digital image of this product represented online is shot to represent the vessel colour and tone as close as possible. It will be slightly different in real life, due to the magic of camera, digital, screens, lighting and my poor eyes.