Roos Eisma Ceramics

I handbuild sculptural vessels, using shaping and darting to create a curved shape out of flat pieces of clay slabs, before fine modelling and trimming to enhance the shape and sharpen edges. I love texture, sometimes adding a layer of textured slip to a piece, and using ‘dry’ glazes and volcanic glazes to further create interesting details in the surface.

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  • Adrian Guest Design

    Your pet Beautifully recreated in clay, individually handmade ceramic sculpture of your pet working closely with you throughout the process to meet and exceed your expectations.

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  • Alchemy Tiles

    Individually hand carved encaustic, inlaid tiles with inspiring poetry, quotes and images using ancient 13th Century techniques held eternally in earth and time.

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  • Anthony Theakston Ceramics

    Ceramic and bronze contemporary bird sculpture.

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  • Anton Todd Ceramics

    Ceramics sculptures based on the sea, boats, harbours and villages. Some are mounted on driftwood and are freestanding or wall hanging.

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  • Ash Tree Pottery

    We make a diverse range of ceramics specialising in wheel thrown porcelain agate. Our bronze resin animals also begin as clay models and include many British wild animals.

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  • Canterbury Pottery

    Distinctive, handmade, stoneware pottery for the home and garden and glazed in our own sumptuous glazes. Practical to use everyday. Established 1963.

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  • Chloe Harford

    Handmade raku fired animal sculpture. Puffins to Seals, Moon Hares to Polar Bears and a whole range in between.

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  • Chris Hawkins

    Handthrown studio ceramics. I make a variety of bottles, vases & lidded pots, raku firing with vivid copper matt, rich turquoise and white glazes.

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  • Dix Ceramics

    Soda and Salt fired functional ceramics to make the everyday special. A wide range of pots for use in the home.

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  • Gillian Highland

    I make a range of functional stoneware tableware. I also produce slab pots which are made with different clays and fired at varying temperatures. The decoration which is sometimes inlaid is influenced by the landscape in which I live and the phases of the moon cycle.

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  • Gin Durham Ceramics

    Gin Durham is a sculptor, working in stoneware and porcelain clay. Every animal is unique; individually sculpted, incorporating textile impressed elements, with oxides, glaze and gold or platinum lustres.

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  • Glorious Mud Ceramics

    A collection of quirky contemporary ceramics you won't find anywhere else.

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  • Hot House Ceramics

    Hot House ceramics team of Lesley & Terry Nason make decorative porcelain wall art, vessels and jewellery inspired by the British landscape and thrown functional stoneware with layered multicoloured glazes.

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  • Ian Harris Ceramics

    Hand built ceramic vessels inspired by textures and delicate asymmetry observed throughout nature.

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  • Iveta Goddard

    I am a ceramic designer and maker creating a wide range of pieces for the home and garden. My work is made from slubs or thrown on the pottery wheel.

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