Something new for the kitchen? These HK Living mugs, available from Trouva, are so beautiful and individually each like a piece of art. They definitely need to be on show. Six mugs in gorgeous shades and patterns.
A set of six ceramic mugs in different colours from our popular 70’s ceramics series. The mugs are all unique due to the handmade finish. Never change a winning team. The warm hues, the raw textures and the playful dessins add sass to a beautiful scheme. The collection rocks layers of colour, pattern and texture. Whether you are a first time lover of our 70’s ceramics, or a long term collector, there is always room for more. Again, more funky colours, new finishes and rusty designs found their way into our collection of mugs, bowls and plates.
This March, book this great ceramics fair in the diary. This three day London based event is full to the brim with incredible ceramicists.
The UK’s favourite ceramics event returns larger than ever with more exhibitors, a major new exhibition area and live demos and talks.
After a sellout in 2019, this year’s CAL is bigger than ever, with 20 new stalls, more new faces, a new exhibition area showcasing contemporary developments in ceramic practise, and a live demonstration area, in addition to our ever-popular Claytalks programme, ceramics bookshop and toolshop and the usual top class selection of exhibitors stands for 2020
63 Great Russell Street Bloomsbury London WC1B 3BF
Current exhibition : David Roberts /Evolving Forms
Future exhibition: Carolyn Genders / Sentience
Our Contemporary Ceramics Centre is open opposite the British Museum in the heart of Bloomsbury.
The Contemporary Ceramics Centre is dedicated to showing the best in contemporary studio ceramics and will continue to exhibit the work of members of the Craft Potters Association, the only national body representing ceramic artists and potters in the UK.
Create something unique for your home with this plate making workshop at Token Studio, London.
Learn the techniques of pottery with out the wheel throwing, but instead hand building and using tools to make your desired plate.
A perfect workshop to create a personal item for your home or a gift.
‘Token studio’s philosophy is not just limited at the crafts is about creating a style of living, more creative, less waste, more sustainably by lots of fun way of creating everyday products, most importantly we promise that we made the experience full of joy and inspiration‘
As part of this year’s Design Festival, the London Potters will be showcasing 10 designers work over two weekends. Explore tableware, decorative pieces and jewellery, on 13-16th and 20-23rd September at Grosvenor Arch, Circus Village West, Battersea Power Station, London SW11 8AH.
We’re delighted to be hosting two selected showcase selling events as part of this year’s London Design Festival. We’ll be open over two weekends with 10 different exhibitors each week. Explore a diverse range of ceramics from tableware to decorative objects, ceramic jewellery and striking one-off collectors’ pieces, all reflecting the wide use of clay in design.
Over the two weekends of London Design Festival, visitors to In Design @ Battersea can take part in an interactive ceramic activity to create a growing modelled installation, inspired by the surrounding cityscape area of Battersea Power Station. We hope the public will contribute and enjoy the creative experience, learning new clay skills and observing the surroundings in closer detail.
Get creative on the 22nd or 23rd May by joining ceramic artists Fliff Carr and Matilda Moreton at Town House, Spitalfields, making unique floral decorated plates inspired by 18th century botanical prints.
Learn how to create impressions in clay and apply colour, as well as using a variety of textured floral fabrics, lace and rubber stamps to decorate.
Sessions last 45 minutes and cost £10, including all materials and firing [ Extra cost for plates to be sent to you, but you can collect free of charge two weeks later ].
The Potting Shed
5 Fournier Street