Painted Lady Pottery
Everyone's favorite strange succulents, now forever in ceramic stoneware. Lithops are known as "living stones" and in nature look like small rocks peeking out of the sand in pairs. If you've ever had a real one, you know that they are notoriously hard to care for, and this adorable phase is rather fleeting. I have captured the odd, alien-like beauty of these creatures with clay so now they are yours to enjoy forever. Each lithops arrangement is unique with its own personality of muted tones and textures just like lithops in nature. But these need no light, no water, no care whatsoever! Black thumb approved. __________________________________
MATERIALS & PROCESS Each lithops is sculpted by hand in my home studio. After they are rounded and shaped, they are allowed to dry slowly. After drying, the ceramic pieces are bisque fired in a kiln, then glazed and fired again up to 2300 degrees F. The ceramic lithops are then assembled with a pot I have thrown by hand on the potters' wheel, dried and also kiln-fired twice. The final touch is sand from Laguna Beach here in Southern California. Made of stoneware, this mini-sculpture is sturdy and weather-resistant. It can even be displayed outside to compliment patio decor. INCLUDED: ceramic lithops arranged in a hand-thrown mini-pot, wrapped tightly for shipment with a small bag of extra sand __________________________________
STYLES AVAILABLE Please choose from these items, each is one-of-a-kind so pick your favorite before it's gone!
rainbow sherbert: taller yellow pot with a pastel group of lithops
short white pot: this combination of dark and brighter lithops against this neutral pot is gorgeous
orange pot: a wide range of color and textures in these lithops __________________________________
SHIPMENT & DELIVERY ◎ Items are READY MADE and will ship in 1-2 business days ◎ Items ship USPS PRIORITY from Southern California ◎ Delivery is usually within 3-5 days from shipping ◎ Upgraded shipping is available at check out __________________________________
If you have any questions or are looking for something else, please let me know. I am happy to help and I love what I do.