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  • The 'Shell, Seaweed & Pearls' is a one of a kind hand-painted plate celebrating shells and their status as objects of curiosity; the scallop shell in particular, being linked to the pilgrimage to the romb of Saint James in Santiago de Compostela. Also references in classical art and as a decorative motif in neo-classical architecture, the scallop shell is of great metaphorical interest to Sasha. Sasha belives that shells are a present representation of the past. "We do not know the age of shells or their journey when these beautiful, functional objects are washed up ashore."


    With her memories in mind of looking for shells on the beaches on the Inner Hebrides Islands, this plate is decorative and playful. This plate has been designed, painted, and fired by Sasha in her London studio and is made to be a statement showpiece for your home, hung on a wall or displayed on a stand. Sasha has signed and dated the artwork on the reverse.


    Artwork contains mother of pearl lustre details. 


    This plate is not food safe or dishwasher friendly.


    This plate is unique and one of a kind, there no more variations.


    Size: 23cm 

    Weight: 0.5kg


    Please note: Some items may have 'imperfections'. Sasha celebrates individuality and character. She has sourced irregular ceramic items to work with her 'perfectly imperfect' aesthetic, and embraces the hand made feel of her ceramics collection. 


    Sasha tries to be as sustainble as possible. Item comes packaged with care in newspaper / eco box filler to protect the ceramics.


    Shipping is calculated at checkout and may take up to two weeks for items to arrive. Please note that  ceramic items must be washed by hand are not food safe. Please handle with care and love. 

    Shell, Seaweed & Pearls Plate

    • Sasha Compton is a non-refundable online store.

      Please do not hesitate to email Sasha at with any enquiries, prior to ordering artwork. Sasha wants to make sure that you will love each piece as much as she does. All artworks are subject to copyright. 

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