Country Village Plate
Original felt and ceramic art piece
1 in stock
Found broken plate combined with hand wet felted wool felt with hand needle felt design. The design on the felt part is not the same as the original plate design, it has been slightly exaggerated to create a new one-off unique art piece. The design on the right side of the plate is partially visible through wool felt craters which give the impression of the felt growing over the plate. This art piece has been created, designed, and handmade by Alison Hunter.
This wall-mounted art piece is mounted with a D-ring which in turn is secured to the reverse of the felt plate with a timber disc so the makers mark (if marked) is visible.
The original plate was found in a charity shop. It was cracked and broken on the edge. I like this simple and pretty little plate, the new design is subtle but effective and the two different textures make the piece very inviting.
The concept behind these felt plates is changing the function from broken and damaged plates to wall art pieces preserving old memories while creating new ones.
This is a wholly unique piece. Only one of these has been made.
Plate maker mark is The Post Office, Alfred Meakin (1982)
– 23cm diameter
– approx 3.5cm deep with hanging fixture
– attached to the wall with D-ring hanger
– felt is 100% sheep wool
– most of the wool used is sourced locally
– Designed, created and handmade in Sligo, Ireland
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