The three of these are porcelain cylinders which I have dubbed my "Henna cups" because of the designs on them. None of them are very tall , the tallest being 4 inches and the shortest being 3 inches. But what they lack in height they make up in design. I fell in love with some henna tattoo designs on the internet a few weeks ago and wanted to see how they would look on clay. I knew it would take a while to draw and carve them but it was worth it. I wanted to combine the pristine white surface of the porcelain with the bold lines of underglaze on the designs. I tried different colors but I think I like the black the best because it has the most contrast. The overall feeling that these exemplify is a peaceful pondering. I like the way complex designs like these are actually extremely simple when you look at each component of them. It mimics life in a way that the most complicated situations can have the simplest solutions. Overall I'm very happy with the way these turned out! I like them better than my first set of three! And I found out that I really like doing things in sets like this... Maybe I'll do more!