Many of these tiny porcelain vases have been inspired by the shapes seen in classical Japanese pottery but they also follow a long tradition of miniature making in the family pottery. Miniatures were first produced in the Braunton Pottery by William Fishley Holland in the mid-1900s. These one-of-a-kind modern collections look great on their own but are equally striking as part of a curated display on your shelf or sideboard.
Please note: if there is a particular shape or colour combination you’d like, please contact us directly as we are able to accommodate specific requests.
Various: 5 - 3.5cm