Monday, January 24, 2011

Potty about Pots

Sharing some of my recent work. It has been photographed by the lovely Ruchira from saundhimitti for her online pottery boutique. The text is also by her. Enjoy!



"Coral-green glazed bowls with brown accents. Unusual hues on a classic clay form, by Prachi." See it here.




"'Bowl'ed over! An antique pale green outside, a deep crystal blue inside. Wavy edges transform this simple bowl into a thing of beauty. Who says functional things can't be pretty? By Prachi, available on Saundhi Mitti." See it here




"We're back with our Tableware range of functional pottery. Here's a Kebab Platter by Prachi. The crystalline blue glaze looks like a pool of paint that you could dip your paintbrush in. Put your dip or salsa in the centre, place you kebabs, nachos, pakodas or sushi around it. A neat, fuss-free and pretty solution to serving snacks." See it here.



"From our Knick Knacks vault, here are 4 ultimately cute little 'matkis', in different shades of blue. Traditional Indian water pitchers interpreted in ceramics by Prachi and Divya. Use as decor, plant a sapling or even to serve a dip or curd. Between Rs.200-350 each."  See it here.



"Good morning! Here's another beautiful bowl with antique finish on the outside and deep crystalline blue glaze on the inside. Perfect for potpourri or even to serve food. By Prachi." See it here.




"Dipdishes: quirky, adorable, useful, beautiful. By Divya and Prachi." See it here.




"Place settings! Try something different, mix up squares and circles, steel, glass and ceramics; get your good glasses out, use your runners and table mats; set a place for dinner once in a while. We can guarantee the food will taste nicer :-)" See it here.


"We LOVE knick-knacks! Tiny little boxes, miniature bowls, a cut-work coaster here, a penstand there......the quirky side of ceramics. Forget utility - you buy these coz they're just too cute to resist :-)See it here.


"Here's the cutwork coaster that some of you wrote to us about. Originally intended as a wall decoration, we've adapted it for table use. A green fern leaf, matte glaze, great for holding hot dishes or anything at all." See more here


Will share more work very soon.

Images & text in italics : Saundhimitti

12 comments:

Rekha said...

Awesome work Prachi, heading over to the site to check out the works :)

Rajee Sood said...

Awesome Prachi, ... are you back to pottery. And I am still waiting for ph. no's of pottery classes out here ... :)

PreeOccupied said...

Lovely display of art. I love all the glazes. So earthy.

TheKeyBunch said...

beautiful work, Prachi!keep it up...so proud of u!:)

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Bhavna said...

Beautiful! I would like one of each please ;)

Anpu said...

Simply gorgeous Prachi...I loved the smooth finish of the pieces and the glazing. Going through the pictures is inspiring me to go back to the Clay studio...
Thanks for sharing.
And also loved the blue hues...-your potter friend

Laksh said...

Prachi,
I'm a huge fan of pottery and I've always wanted to learn. What lovely colors and distinct shapes.

Shanthi said...

WOW!!! This is a prachi I did not know. Great work - great finish, shapes and colours. LOVE LOVE LOVE them all.

Sound Horn Please said...

Lovely Prachi! I am going to go check out the cost of those cutwork coasters- Love them!

GB said...

Oh my! lovely, lovely work. I love your "cutwork coasters"-- TOTAL work of art!!!

Anpu said...

Prachi - Thanks for sharing Saundi Mitti. I have been eyeing the pottery pieces again and again. They are simply gorgeous

Sudha said...

lovely prachi..you are too good!