This plate is hand-made using stoneware clay a very strong and durable for everyday use..It has been glazed in a black glaze at high temperature and then an epoxy resin has been added to produce the wonderful colours and patterns in the centre. All my tableware ceramics are food safe.
The plates can be made to order in various, sizes, base colours and resins any sizes as below:
Sizes: 31cm, 27cm ,22, and 15cm diameter
Colours: Black, blue, dark grey, white
Resin combination: Mostly blue, green, red, purple
Each plate is unique as the resin give them a unique design but they can be glaze in the same base colour to create a set.
22 × 22 × 2 cm
Black plate with colour resin, Blue plate with colour resin, White plate with colour resin
15cm diameter, 22 cm diameter, 27cm diameter, 31 cm diameter
Handmade ceramics sometimes needs a little extra love so handwashing is recommended. Not oven or microwave safe.
I have always been fascinated with the possibility of fussing ceramics with other materials, I have a lot of glass and ceramics fusion pieces and recently I started to experiment with resins and I love the way ceramics and resins work together as each piece become unique once the resin is applied.
Under the consumer contract regulations, you have the right to cancel your order up to 14 days from the day you receive your goods.
You could notify us of your wish to cancel the order by emailing us, and then you have further 14 days from the date you notify to return the goods.
I am a British/Colombian contemporary ceramics artist, I have lived and travelled in many countries around the world and it is the variety of cultures and art that has inspired me to work in ceramics. I have spent the last 15 years learning and exploring ceramic techniques and now I’m dedicated to create and exhibit my ceramic work. Recently I’ve been teaching ceramics to small groups of adults and youngsters in my studio.
I love working with clay as it allows me open exploration. I enjoy experimenting and combining various materials and I’m always trying new techniques, glazes and firing methods. I have an open way of thinking which comes from being in contact with multiple cultures both by living in London and also for my extensive travelling.
I use a variety of techniques including hand building, throwing and slip casting and I also use different firing techniques being Raku the one I enjoy the most.
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