When Gohar traveled to Armenia, three years ago, she spent a week at the Sevan Lake. She was staying with one of her relatives, who welcomed her in a small red house, on the lake shore. She enjoyed the quietness of the lake, the sound of the wind and the fresh air. Some days, she even went for a swim, the water was cold but she felt invigorate. Back in Nor Djugha, she decided to make a special pitcher, she will fill it with water and tap softly the clay, to make some music. She made a wavy pitcher, reminding herself the small ripples of the Sevan water. On the clay, she engraved a pattern, similar to the touch of an eroded roc.
Made to orderDimensions: H17,5 x L26 x l11 (cm)
Lead time: 8 weeks
Handmade in France