A ceramic wall installation, inspired by the natural environment. In these works, nature serves as a piece of architecture in the pinning, connecting and bridging of each individual form. A ceramic wall installation.
by Tim Wigmore.
This product cleverly re-uses old saddles . The designer hopes that the new owners will muse on their saddle’s history as they ride off into the sunset …
bone china paper cups
by Julie Collis, Collis Studio
Divine little espresso & tea cups, based on the slightly crumpled look of a used paper cup, yet made out of fine bone china. Collectible, functional, surprising and enchanting.
by Leanne Culy
"When we row we move forward, but look backwards."
Painted oars and limited edition prints.
By Peter Collis.
A stunning handcrafted Waka by ceramicist Peter Collis, inspired by pattens of the pacific region.