Two porcelain tumblers with black abstract decoration from above, one is lying on it's sideTwo porcelain tumblers with black abstract decoration from above, one is lying on it's side

Black Splash Porcelain Tumblers, set of 2


9 × 9 × 11 cm
200 gm

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These porcelain tumblers are hand thrown on the potters wheel before being decorated with abstract black brush strokes and splashes and covered with a glossy glaze.

These are a set of two, but if you require more than two then they can be made to order.

Weight 200 gm
Dimensions 9 × 9 × 11 cm
Care Instructions:

Dishwasher and microwave safe, though I would always recommend hand washing to keep your china perfect for longer.


Inspired by traditional china, I wanted to put my own twist on the sometimes fussy style of decoration. With my background as an abstract artist, the monochrome splashes and brush strokes create a striking but simple effect.

Cost Time
Mainland UK £5.00 3 day(s)
UK Highlands and Islands £5.00 4 day(s)
Western Europe £10.00 5 day(s)
Rest of Europe £15.00 7 day(s)
USA and Canada £30.00 14 day(s)
Far East / Australia-NZ £35.00 14 day(s)
Worldwide £50.00 4 weeks

Artist Return Policy : This item can be returned.

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RMC Ceramics

Small batch pottery crafted with care by Ros Mayne-Caudwell.

I work in a variety of porcelain and stoneware clays, creating forms both beautiful and tactile. Primarily working on the potters’ wheel I also produce a small range of hand built forms and some cast decorative items from unique moulds made in-house. I am always experimenting, bringing in new technologies to blend with old techniques, and with a resin 3D printer can create bespoke tools and textures to make my work unique.

I have a long history in the arts having worked as a photographer and an artist for many years, but for the last 5 my focus has been ceramics, an enduring love nurtured since my school days. My varied arts experience means that I can bring techniques from other disciplines and incorporate them into my ceramics.

My Bristol studio began as a converted garage but I soon outgrew the space and work was recently completed on a dedicated pottery space with such luxuries as running water and natural light!

My favourite studio tool is of course my wheel, but a close runner up would be Peter the Franken-pugmill (so named as he’s in two different colours), making the clay reclaim process, if not enjoyable, at least not back breaking.

I’m very environmentally conscious and recycle as much as I possibly can, even thinking of ways to recycle broken pots into useful things (watch this space), and only use recycled or sustainable packaging.

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