What I love about making pots is the feeling that I am following in a tradition that goes back millennia. I use red earthenware and I throw on a wheel – which is little different from how pots have been made historically in societies all over the world. 

I make functional pots.  Mostly I make bowls, which I hope will be used daily in the kitchen and at meal times. There is such pleasure to see a table loaded with food served in hand-made bowls.  None of my bowls are the same – I enjoy knowing that every single pot I make is unique. Mostly I tend to use blue and green glazes, although I also enjoy working with reds. If you would like to buy a pot, please get in touch.

Small Bowl - £20
Small Bowl – SOLD
Small Shallow Dish - £20
Small Shallow Dish – SOLD
Three bowls on my kitchen table, ready to be filled with salad for lunch. These bowls cost between £20 and £40.

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