Robert Siegel Handmade
A few years ago I had the pleasure of working with Robert Siegel and flew out to LA to meet with him at his LA studio. The beauty of his work is unquestionable and is backed up by quality materials and care that he infuses into each handmade piece. I've collected pottery for several decades and feel that his work transcends the medium. The glazes and details have a modern sensibility while the hand-thrown porcelain has the weighted feel of a finely made object. I also like the fact that all the pieces have a non-toxic glaze and are bisque fired. I've added several RS Handmade vases, pitchers and bowls to my collection and use them daily. The pitchers are always on the counter awaiting water for the table or a new bouquet from the farmers market.
Robert is prolific and his work is always evolving. He is both designer and master craftsman. I love logging onto his facebook page to see what new design ideas he is working on. I felt compelled to include several of his collections above to show the range of his work. I can imagine any of these collections in my own dining room and the only problem is making a decision on which set!
Robert Siegel GIVEAWAY!
The beautiful colbalt and sky blue milk vase set [ below ] could be YOURS! All you have to do is LIKE Patina and Hue on facebook and follow us on Bloglovin then LIKE Robert Siegel Handmade on facebook! Lastly, email me with your full name and type in the subject line: RS handmade drawing and send to firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know you have completed those tasks! Your name will then be entered into a drawing to win! The drawing will close at 9pm MST August 15th, 2014. And will be announced on our blog the following week. The winner will be notified by email. Tell your friends and Good luck!!
I would love to add this set of milk vases to my collection, but you and I cannot enter this!
I'm happy we are have this drawing! Someone is going to LOVE this set in their home! The elegant color palette and the glazes are gorgeous! I've been wanting one of Roberts pieces ever since you first introduced me to his work and my birthday is right around the corner, as ya know. hint, hint ;)