Hand-thrown stoneware vase. Looks great with simple Eucalyptus, or a few statement stems.
A piece from our collaboration with Consall Forge Pottery. Handmade in the UK.
6cm (D) x 14cm (H) approx.
All pots are individually handmade so may vary slightly, adding to their individuality.
Back in stock mid November.
Read more about the maker below
Consall Forge Pottery
Nick Williams is a family member (Harry's dad) as well as the founder of Consall Forge Pottery; a small ceramics studio established in 1983, located alongside the Caldon Canal at Consall Forge, an idyllic location in the heart of the Consall Nature Reserve and RSPB sanctuary.
Nick produces a comprehensive range of domestic stoneware by hand. By working on small batches of each item he is able to maintain a freshness and vitality of form which is often missing from production-thrown ware.
The pots are thrown and turned on an old electric Alsager potter's wheel using a variety of bats depending on the diameter of the pieces. Unique glaze recipes made with a combination of oxides achieve a range of glazes complementary to the working techniques. Titanium Dioxide is used to produce a hard wearing surface finish.
We have collaborated with Nick to create a small collection of stoneware which represents our simple and minimal style, whilst also reflecting Consall Forge Pottery's philosophy of tradition, craftsmanship and functionality.