Decorative piece, or for one or two flowers. Each is a one-off.
A cup for coffee or tea with gentle curved sides or tapered straight sides. Cups can be glazed with a matt speckle white, gloss white, celadon green, or pale pink. A Japanese teabowl for green tea is also available.
A small jug suitable for milk or sauce, available in white, celadon or black. A large jug for water, fruit juice or flowers can also be made.
A large, tactile mug, with either an upright or wide, curved shape. It can be fully-glazed in glossy or matt-speckled white or pale celadon green. Alternatively, a half-glazed finish is available in white or pale pink. A medium coffee cup can also be made.
A tapered, half-glazed beaker, approximately 9cm high and 8cm wide, suitable for coffee, or wine. Planters with straight sides are approximately 7cm by 7cm, and different sizes can also be made.
A small, simple jug for milk, or salad dressing, or flowers; unglazed sandy clay on the outside and shiny off-white inside. A jug with handle is also available in medium or large sizes.
A small or medium, white-glazed teapot with cane handle.
A simple jar with a lid for storing tea, trinkets or treasure.
A small bowl, suitable for soup, cereal or pudding. Available in either sandy-textured or smoother clay, it is unglazed on the outside; inside it is a beautiful, shiny off-white, sunshine yellow, pale pink or a shiny celadon green glaze. A very small bowl suitable for a few nuts or olives can also be made.
A nesting set of kitchen bowls with pouring spouts. Unglazed smooth clay on the outside, these bowls are a shiny, creamy white inside, or can be finished with pretty colour combinations. They are available individually as a very small, small, medium or large bowl, or as a nesting set of three or four.
A set of nested simple bowls to serve vegetables or snacks, or contain treasures as you choose. Unglazed on the outside, these are glazed inside in off-white or a pretty colour combination. They have a simple, straight-sided aesthetic. They can be sold individually or as a set of three, four or five bowls.
Small bowls and serving platters for nuts, olives, pickles ... different combinations and colour palettes are available.
A wide and shallow fruit bowl, unglazed on the underside and beautiful shiny green inside, often with crystalline effect.
A plate to serve cheese or share tapas, or eat dinner ... the largest size is 25-26cm across, unglazed on the bottom and a shiny off-white on its surface, often with a spiral pattern left over from the throwing process. This plate is also available in medium lunch size, 21-22cm, or very small plate, 13-14cm across, to serve a tapa, biscuit or cake.
Plates can be glazed with a beautiful glossy, slightly freckled white, a green-blue celadon, a pale glossy pink or a thick matt grey.
Thanks to Karen Louise George for the gallery photograph of the plate.
Simply glazed plates and bowls with an informal and elegant aesthetic. Please do get in touch to discuss how many settings you would like, and the combination of pieces and colours.