Glosters Pottery

Glosters is a pottery studio based in Porthmadog in Wales, designing and producing a range of contemporary ceramic homewares including mugs, bowls, vases and more.

Imogen Charleston

Imogen is a ceramic artist and educator from the Dorset coast. She creates a range of functional ware from locally sourced clay and other natural materials.

By The Line Pottery

Specialising in simple, functional designs, By The Line Pottery creates contemporary and stylish porcelain kitchenware.

Vivienne Ross

Vivienne is a Staffordshire-based ceramicist creating slip-decorated earthenware. Her ceramics combine hand-processes such as press-moulding, coiling and throwing with her love of illustration.

Helen Harrison

Devon-based ceramist, Helen Harrison, makes beautiful pieces hand-thrown on a potters wheel. Each piece is unique, made from porcelain and designed to be used and enjoyed every day.

Michelle Lowe

Working from her garden studio in Edinburgh, Michelle creates earthenware pots for the table and oven. Michelle's pieces are created from red earthenware clay coated in a creamy clay slip and then decorated with coloured slips and oxides, featuring her illustrations.

Steve Neville

Steve makes his pots in his garden studio here in Salisbury. Inspired by oriental ceramics, Steve has worked to refine his throwing technique keeping the vessels simple, focusing on shape, relief and simple glaze combinations.

Charlotte Stockley

Charlotte specialises in thrown porcelain tableware and surface design. Her collection of work includes porcelain mugs, jugs and bottles plus many other unique thrown and hand-rolled pieces.

Libby Ballard

Libby's hand-thrown ceramic tableware is all created at her home studio in Trowbridge, Wiltshire.
​Each product is made from flecked Stoneware Clay, mixed from a blend of two clays. All items are individually hand thrown on the potter’s wheel starting from just a ball of clay.

Julie Barham

Working from her garden studio, Julie produces tableware and more sculptural pieces for the garden, using both stoneware and earthenware clays decorated with coloured slips and glazes.

Gilly Whittington

Having studied ceramics in Oxford, Gilly works in reduction-fired porcelain which is glazed using wood ash with glazes coloured by oxides. Featuring bold and abstract designs, these are equally beautiful and functional.

Louise Pull

Dorset-based ceramist Louise Pull handcrafts her pieces using gritted buff clay. She designs and casts her own moulds and develops her own glazes to create her stunning ceramics including the popular ammonite range.

Makiko Hastings

These stunning ceramics are handmade by Maki, originally from Japan and living in a small Yorkshire town where her pottery studio is located. Most of her work is hand-thrown stoneware. Each piece is kept in a simple form to be functional, with beautiful surface decoration and muted colours.

Sejal Patel

Sejal specialises in ceramics with a particular focus on mould making and slip-casting, she crafts decorative and functional pieces. Each piece is individually made in Sejal’s studio where she hand crafts simple porcelain pieces each with an embossed heart.

Shelton Pottery

Ken and Valerie make all their work by hand. Ken throws the pots using fine white earthenware and Valerie decorates each piece with free-hand painting using ceramic colours; no transfers or guidelines are used. Each piece is truly unique. 

Sarah Saunders

Sarah Saunders is a figurative ceramicist making her signature human forms, coloured using slips, oxides and underglazes and fired to stoneware temperatures.

Sarah Snell

Sarah creates wheel-thrown and hand-built pieces full of colour and fun. Featuring her bold and contemporary floral patterns, Sarah's work will bring a little joy to your home.

Neil Tregear

Tregear Pottery on the Isle of Wight produces beautiful handmade stoneware pottery made from a fine white stoneware clay and hand decorated in designs drawing their inspiration and influences from the exceptional beauty of the surrounding landscapes.

Vicky Whelpton

Vicky creates beautiful cream-based earthenware from her Wiltshire studio. All the pots are thrown, brush and sponge decorated with cherries, plums, peaches, and other summer and autumn fruit.