Porcelain bottle. Fine bone china small white bottle with QR code - bud vase
Porcelain bottle. Fine bone china small white bottle with QR code - bud vase
Porcelain bottle. Fine bone china small white bottle with QR code - bud vase

Porcelain bottle. Fine bone china small white bottle with QR code - bud vase

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$31.99
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$31.99
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Item details

Handmade

Materials

fine bone china, ceramic inks

Fine bone china small white bottle with QR code.

Handmade unique stoneware fine bone china white bottle with QR codes. 

Very minimal look.

Very thin and translucent. 

Made with high temperature resistant inks which have been fired to a very high temperature in a kiln to around 1550 to 1600 degrees F. The colors melt and fuse with the china which makes them last forever.

The actual image on the bottle is permanent. 

Highly resistant to chemicals, paints, wear and tear as well as sunlight. In fact, they will never fade, and the only way to damage the image is to damage the bottle. 

The high temperature matures the colors and melts and fuses the colors to the ware for permanence. 

4.5cm in diameter and 8cm high approximately . 

Stoneware and non porous so can hold water.

Can be used as a decorative piece or as a vase for a single flower or bud.

*Because of the nature of my work and the material i use it is very unlikely that further copies of this item will be produced in the future.*

Bone China is a porcelaneous body that contains calcium carbonate. This gives the ware strength and whitens it. One difference between porcelain and bone china is the whiteness of bone china.True bone china is almost snow-white. Another is the translucence of bone china: holding it to a light with your hand behind the china should reveal the shadow of your hand. Porcelain will not do so. Bone china was invented in England in the late eighteenth century, and was apparently superior in strength, translucency, thinness, and whiteness to the porcelain then being produced in Europe.If you compare bone china with all other types of porcelain you will notice the difference immediately. The body of most porcelain has an off-white greyish cast, except for some American china which is ivory colored. True bone china is almost snow-white. Bone China is far more expensive than porcelain as it has superior qualities mentioned above.