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Vero Vase | Vases & Vessels by Dolcezza Pottery. Item made of stoneware compatible with boho and mid century modern style
Vero Vase | Vases & Vessels by Dolcezza Pottery. Item made of stoneware compatible with boho and mid century modern style

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Dolcezza Pottery

Vero Vase - Vases & Vessels

Price $180

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Shipping: USPS 3-5 days
Price $29 Shipping in the US, ask the creator about international shipping.
Estimated Arrival: April 24, 2024
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Handmade

Woman Owned

Made In USA

Natural Materials

Hand built decorative vase made of clay and hand painted black and white design.

Returns accepted within 14 days. See Creator Policy

Item Vero Vase
Created by Dolcezza Pottery
As seen in Creator's Studio, Midland, MI
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Dolcezza Pottery
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2020
Intentionally designed in black and white with whimsical patterns and designs, each hand-built, hand-glazed piece is a functional, multi-purpose work of art.

Dolcezza owner, Kari Roberts has been actively involved in art since she was a small child. She studied Interior Design at The Boston Architectural Center (BAC) in Boston, Massachusetts, and has a passion for creating beautiful spaces for people to experience. While her mind never rests, she is happiest while creating whimsical pieces of pottery and beautiful spaces for her clients. It is through this process she finds her peace, joy, serenity, and balance. Kari works with clay, painting, paper mache, jewelry making to name a few of her interests.

In January of 2017, Kari got her hands back into clay after a 20-year hiatus. She began by selling her creations at the local farmer’s market in June 2017 and continued to do so through May 2019. In this time she also created her in-home studio and began sharing her work regularly in Art Fairs and local Boutiques.