Sweetie Bowl – more details

£12.00

I put Lindor balls into these sweetie dishes in the hope that they can become as decorative and the dishes and not be eaten – it never works! Therefore, these dishes can also be used for nibbles or just for looking at. These pieces are white stoneware, hand thrown on the wheel and hand glazed with a sea salt glaze which has a shimmer fleck in it with an overlay of a very dramatic glaze called smoke. Where they intersect, the results are quite dramatic. They also have a cute heart detail applied. Sweeties not included (sorry!)

Details

Ready to Buy (there are 3 of these)
3.5cm – 4cm tall
12.5cm – 13cm wide at the base

1 in stock

Sweetie Bowl – more details

£12.00

I put Lindor balls into these sweetie dishes in the hope that they can become as decorative and the dishes and not be eaten – it never works! Therefore, these dishes can also be used for nibbles or just for looking at. These pieces are white stoneware, hand thrown on the wheel and hand glazed with a sea salt glaze which has a shimmer fleck in it with an overlay of a very dramatic glaze called smoke. Where they intersect, the results are quite dramatic. They also have a cute heart detail applied. Sweeties not included (sorry!)

Details

Ready to Buy (there are 3 of these)
3.5cm – 4cm tall
12.5cm – 13cm wide at the base

1 in stock

have a wobbly go

If, like me, you have had a lifelong yearn to have a go at making some pottery – maybe a cup or bowl or something a bit more sculptural or arty – then you may be interested in the Taster Workshops that I run at the Wobbly Potter studio in Little Kingshill, near Great Missenden in Buckinghamshire.

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wobbly one-offs

The power of a personalised gift can never be underestimated so if you have an idea for a piece that you would like to commission, please let me know. You can rest safely in the knowledge that no one else will have the same item and each piece will be created carefully and exclusively for you.

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