Your next interior update is most sustainably sourced on the second hand market. Here are 6 great vintage ceramics we would love to add our private collections. Get them online now!
Let’s call this what it is: an obsession—or very close to one, anyway. And it’s not just us; every interior magazine, blog and Instagrammer seems to have ceramics on their brain. But why just buy or blog about them? We dream of sticking our hands into a big pile of mud and get to work. We mean, who doesn’t want to know what it feels like to make a tall, beautiful vase, and then crush it—like Tortus? Check this out!
We imagine that few materials can match the sustainability of clay, as it comes directly from earth and all, but those chemical glazes and super hot ovens might tell a different story. The good news there, however, is that it’s super easy to source great ceramics on the second hand market. Just look at the beautiful pieces we’ve picked out here.
1. Vases (3 pieces) by Aage Birck/Lauritz. 2. Ceramics (two pieces) by Gunnar Nylund/Bukowskis. 3. Vase by Erich & Ingrid Triller/Bukowskis. 4. White vase/Dusty Deco. 5. White vase with handles/Perspective Studio. 6. Brown vase/Dusty Deco.
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