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.
I am experimenting using different clays, Indian woodblocks, oxides and glazes on these platters, two of these on the elephant march theme.
If you look carefully you will realise these napkin rings are like the handles on my mugs. I have made them using extruded clay and glazed in a range of colours.
These lovely coasters are made by indenting an indian woodblock into the clay. I am building up the colour range, they make lovely gifts.
I am proud Stow girl, not born and bred but not quite nouveau either as I have lived here for 27 years! Great Christmas stocking fillers!
I have been experimenting with slips, oxide and sgraffito decoration on these colourful cups. Perfect for a cup of coffee or even a mulled wine!
I have enjoyed making this new range of mugs in a spectrum of colours, they come in large with lovely grooved handles and small with little round handles.
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.