Potty about Pottery!

September 18, 2018

This is our next ceramics edit! These maker's handmade creations would look stunning in any kitchen or home! With a wide selection of pots, vases , plates and bowls you will be spoiled for choice! Join us and meet the makers themselves at Made London Marylebone - Design and Craft Fair! 

 

 

Jane Cox Ceramics 

www.janecoxceramics.com

 

Decorative and functional contemporary ceramics.Elegant shapes with vibrant surface pattern in translucent greens, blues & turquoise.
“One of the Top Ten potters working in the Uk today”

The Guardian
“Vibrant work to zing you into life in the morning”

The Crafts Council

 

 

Jane Sarre Ceramics 

www.janesarre.co.uk

 

Contemporary serving-ware and tableware inspired by family tradition and personal meditation practice. With clean-lined clarity, considered proportion and subtle texture the articulated forms have subtly rich monochrome and seasonal accent colour glazes to create functional yet fresh pieces. Their use frames any meal, so bringing awareness to each moment and enriching the experience of daily life.

 

 

Jeremy Nichols Ceramics 

www.jeremynichols.co.uk

 

Jeremy is interested in the relationship between function and form, seeking ways to extend the latter whilst compromising as little as possible on the former. As a one time graduate in Aeronautical Engineering he seeks for routes through the structures of flight and the precision of engineered objects in search for forms that combine visual impact with functionality and a sense of movement and balance.

 

 

 

Ken Eardley 

www.keneardley.com

 

Ken produces a range of hand built functional ceramics with hand cut stencil decoration. Ken originally studied printed textiles before going on to get a MA in ceramics, and this love of strong pattern and colour can still be seen in the pieces he produces today.

 

 

 

 

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