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Erin and Sachi would like to offer something on a smaller scale for the holidays - a perfect hostess gift. So they came up with a set of bud vases in the same colorway as the Pedestal Vase and Bowl collab. These bud vases will be available on TLFS website on November 14th at 9am. They may be purchased with a dried arrangement by TLFS or the vase alone. 

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About Erin

Erin Hupp (she/her) is a San Francisco Bay Area ceramic artist. She creates custom tableware collections for fine dining restaurants such as Californios, Nightbird, Sorrel and Pasta Bar. She also creates unique objects of art designed intentionally for the home. Erin makes all of her art by hand on her potter’s wheel. Ceramics have been a part of Erin's life for over two decades. Erin’s artistic space is the area between purely utilitarian and conceptual art; she focuses on creating pieces that feature both form and function. Centerpiece art that brings people together around a table.

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About Collaboration

Emma K. Morris (photographer) first reached out to Erin when she was at a photoshoot with Sachi at the TLFS. They were using a metal pedestal vase in the shoot, and she said "wouldn't this be so much better in ceramic?" That was the beginning of the Erin Hupp Ceramics x The Little Flower Shop collaboration. Erin created a collection of Pedestal Vases and Bowls to hold show stopping centerpiece floral arrangements. Sachi and Denny at TLFS created some gorgeous arrangements to fill Erin’s forms and Emma K. Morris captured them with her stunning photography. The Pedestal and Bowl vase collection just finished showing at Erin’s Gallery Pop-Up in Hayes Valley, San Francisco. It is this collection that inspired this Erin Hupp x TLFS bud vase collaboration.


Photo Credit

Emma K. Morris (Portrait)

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Adahlia Cole (Making Ceramics on the Potter’s Wheel)

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