Handmade Objects

Handmade Objects

Partnering with contemporary ceramicists from around the world, Elte has commissioned small batches of one-of-a-kind ceramics to create the Handmade Objects Collection. Every piece is made without the use of molds or casts, each reflecting the hand of its maker.

Julie Deault of Musette Ceramique handbuilds sculptural vessels using coiling, slab and pinching techniques
The subtle curves of each piece are the result of a slow, organic process and an appreciation for the medium in its raw, natural state
Award-Winning ceramicist Caroline Blackburn uses a combination of colour and texture to achieve a painterly surface
"Each art work is made by hand. It starts with throwing a form on the wheel and then working intuitively through hand building until it is complete."

- Caroline Blackburn

Characterized by organic forms and asymmetrical balance, ceramicist Re Jin Lee's pieces reflect the surrounding softness of nature and unpredictable moods of self.
Featuring the ancient Japanese technique of Raku, the process includes using special glazes and a fuel-burning kiln.
Cym Warkov creates timeless ceramic vessels from porcelain that are inspired by architecture and human form.
Inspired by brutalist architecture, artist John Sheppard's work is characterized by geometric forms that embrace irregularities, rather than disguising them.
Artist John Sheppard's Wall hangings are crafted from handmade tiles which are then shattered, glazed multiple times, reassembled and mounted onto wood panels.
Nova Scotia-based ceramicist Heather Waugh-Pitts creates one-of-a-kind tableware using raw bone porcelain
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