The Cuboctahedral Style is one of the most important styles in the Porcelainia repertoire. By incorporating geometry into the process of constructing each piece, geometrical, embedded designs become a marked characteristic of each final cuboctahedral vessel. A striking array of design symmetry is progressively revealed when clay components are combined, and recombined, truncated and sculpted. Beautiful, symmetrical arrangements of triangles and squares recur around the finished sphere, visible from both the interior and exterior of a finished Cuboctahedral vessel. This style is the most complex and precise, requires the greatest number of steps, and usually takes more than one year to complete per piece.
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