Holland Vase Peacock Lustre
The story behind this product
British design: fine bone China handmade in the potteries of Stoke on Trent
Traditional craft: fired in the kiln five times for strength
Unique glaze: hand finished in an exclusive iridescent glaze
Dimensions & Specifications
Material & SpecificationsFine Bone China
Meet the designer
Carmen Lyngard is the brains behind Lyngard, a family run business that develops and produces beautiful ceramic pieces in the heart of the Potteries in Stoke-on-Trent.
Hailing from a long line of ceramic artists and potters stretching back to 1829, Carmen uses many of the unique decorative techniques passed down through the generations as well as a custom kiln designed by her own father. Taking inspiration from 19th Century ceramicists, she adds her own handwriting to create contemporary lighting with a beautiful fired lustre finish.View Designer
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Feefo Reviews : 0%
Date Score Reviewer Customer Comment 27-Aug-2018
Mrs Beverley Black none of the vases I received (and that was 2 of them) looked even close to the beautiful picture above. The first one was basically solid blue paint with the bronze colour only at the very bottom. Extremely misleading.
Response from Heal's :
Thanks for your feedback - Each of our vases is handmade and the lustre is applied by hand. This means, that, through the kiln drying process, each pattern is completely unique. This is an exciting feature, but I can understand that it means that patterns won't always be identical which can be... Read More. Thanks for your feedback - Each of our vases is handmade and the lustre is applied by hand. This means, that, through the kiln drying process, each pattern is completely unique. This is an exciting feature, but I can understand that it means that patterns won't always be identical which can be disappointing.