Handmade by Henry at his studio in Hackney.
Henry's take on the Nerikomi technique,
a traditional Japanese pottery method.
This involves the slow method of stacking, folding and rolling differently brightly coloured clays into slabs
Which are then cut, hand-moulded and fired.
Each piece represents the evolution of Henry’s skill as a ceramicist and his passion for form-meets-functional design.
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Henry Holland for Paul Smith 'TABLE' Ceramic Table Lamp
A larger proportioned table lamp made using stacked earthenware spheres on a hand-turned oak base, with bespoke hand-sewn linen lampshade has a canopy-like silhouette embroidered with a well known Paul Smith phrase - 'Start something new'.
Made using the nerikomi technique in an impressive 7 colours of hand dyed earthenware clay, inspired by the palette of Paul Smith's iconic 'Signature Stripe', and finished with a high gloss transparent glaze.
Exclusive to Paul Smith as part of the exhibition 'Nobody Cares How Good You Used To Be' now open at at Paul Smith No.9 Albemarle St, Mayfair, London.
Henry Holland: Nobody Cares How Good You Used To Be
We visited the designer-turned-ceramicist at his studio to mark the new exhibition of his one-of-one and limited-edition pieces at Paul Smith Albemarle Street.