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"Two legs" candle holders | Decorative Objects by VeromOCERAMICS by Veronika Mozessov. Item made of ceramic works with minimalism & contemporary style
"Two legs" candle holders | Decorative Objects by VeromOCERAMICS by Veronika Mozessov. Item made of ceramic works with minimalism & contemporary style
"Two legs" candle holders | Decorative Objects by VeromOCERAMICS by Veronika Mozessov. Item made of ceramic works with minimalism & contemporary style
"Two legs" candle holders | Decorative Objects by VeromOCERAMICS by Veronika Mozessov. Item made of ceramic works with minimalism & contemporary style

"Two legs" candle holders - Decorative Objects

Price $600

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Shipping: FedEx 10-15 days
Estimated Arrival: July 8, 2024

Handmade

Woman Owned

Sustainable

Natural Materials

DimensionsWeight
10.24H x 8.27W x 2.36D in
26H x 21W x 6D cm
7 kg
15.43 lb

This item has a playful approach, with the candle holders looking like it’s standing on two human or animal feet. “Two Legs” has a modern and minimalist aesthetic. "Two legs" candle holders are a set of two pieces. The hole for a candle is 3cm.

Item "Two legs" candle holders
As seen in Creator's Studio, Tallinn, Estonia
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VeromOCERAMICS by Veronika Mozessov
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2023
Veronika Mozessov is an Estonian ceramics artist born in Pärnu, West Estonia. Her ceramics works explore the emotional links between forms and colors, like picking two different flowers from the same garden to form a bouquet, each beautifully paired, complimenting one other in scent and aesthetics.

She holds a degree from Tallinn University in Estonia. She was a passionate handicrafts and ceramics teacher at a school, in Estonia. A few years later, Mozessov decided to give up her life in pedagogy and focus on creating ceramics.

Since 2022, Mozessov has immersed herself fully in her artistic practice. As a result, she started experimenting with clay, glazes, and ceramics techniques and discovering the vast creative potential of the medium. Her work has been exhibited in an exhibition in Paris.