Little dishes perfect for salt or pepper, soya sauce or even a discarded tea bag! These have been made using indian woodblocks to create the texture and glazed in a variety of colours.
I loved making these little bowls, thrown in larva fleck which is one of my favourite clays. The fleck pops through the glazing and reacts causing flecks and streaks.
Thrown with medium vulcan, so groggy ones hands are exfoliated in the process! The gazed interiors perfectly compliment the raw black clay.
Medium sized noodle bowls, thrown in lava fleck stoneware to give this lovely fleck and glazed in sea green, delia duck or shinny white.
A new batch of small noodle bowls thrown in Staffordshire stoneware and glazed in green or blue/grey, they look fabulous on a dinner party table.
A great present for a knitter or crochet artist, these colourful bowls keep the wool tidy and look great in your studio or living room.
These make a fabulous centre piece for a coffee table or dinner party display. Thrown in stoneware, these bowls are decorated with oxides and glazed in a white tin glaze.
Elephant march - inspired by my time working in India, these large bowls are made by indenting an India woodblock elephant in to the clay, the detail picked out with cobalt oxide.
Inspired by my travels through South East Asia these noodle or rice bowls look great on the dinner party table. Thrown in stoneware they are available in a variety of glazes.