Soap dish with seashells handmade in porcelain by Rose Dickinson
A porcelain soap dish handmade in Faversham and decorated with tiny seashells, all made in porcelain, pressed from real shells. This pretty, delicate item is largely unglazed, except for the shell decoration. Holes allow water to drain and the dish is raised up on two bars of porcelain which serve as supports.
The dish measures 10.5 x 8.7 cm
Rose Dickinson lives and works from her studio in Faversham, producing a wide range of pieces in porcelain. Her work is decorated by impressing and adding pressed decorations like the shells. She gathers and uses wild flowers extensively to impress into the porcelain, flooding the indentations with soft beautiful colours.