Leaping Frog


By Eddie Daughton

decorative bowl with wooden handle








1 in stock

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“The basis of this piece is the “rule of Three” and the flowing nature of most La Tene and later Iron Age
ceramics.. I have chosen to use this decoration to memorialize the “Glastonbury bowl” found just down
the road at Glastonbury Lake Village.
The piece of contorted Hazel, seemed to demand this particular shape, and it was only when a friend
pointed it out to me that I realized it looked like a frog, leaping.
Much of my research into early firing techniques was done at Westhay Iron Age village (now, sadly, no
more (been replaced by a Roman villa)) accompanied by the sound of these denizens of the peat moors.”

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