We shall not cease from exploration
And the end of our exploring
Will be to arrive where we started
And know the place for the first time 

T.S. Eliot – Little Gidding – Four Quartets 

Reading this poem at my stage of life, to have gone through all the things I have which have broken me down to my atoms, then reformed, re-covered, in the form I should have been in the first place, is truly to awaken from my spiritual slumber, into new realms of self-awareness through introspection and acceptance. To awaken into myself and know myself for the first time.
The pattern of the vessel is infinite, all the grooves lead into one another and each is different, an imperfect continuum.

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Joel Parkes

£3,138
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Vessel in ancient witch elm
Hand carved in continuous rhythmic pattern
Highly polished with Kintsugi 24 carat infill
Polished and oiled with an Ultra Violet resistant Osmo oil
Each vase is unique due to its handcrafted nature, shapes and shades vary slightly..

Ø 40 x H 25 cm
Ø 15.75″ x H 9.84″

Handmade in the UK
Production lead time: 12 weeks
Please contact us for more information or for a bespoke order

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We shall not cease from exploration
And the end of our exploring
Will be to arrive where we started
And know the place for the first time 

T.S. Eliot – Little Gidding – Four Quartets 

Reading this poem at my stage of life, to have gone through all the things I have which have broken me down to my atoms, then reformed, re-covered, in the form I should have been in the first place, is truly to awaken from my spiritual slumber, into new realms of self-awareness through introspection and acceptance. To awaken into myself and know myself for the first time.
The pattern of the vessel is infinite, all the grooves lead into one another and each is different, an imperfect continuum.

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