Decorative Dish (3)


9 × 3 cm
82 gm
White clay, black clay slip, ceramic glazes

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A decorative dish, press moulded into a handmade mould in white clay. A foot has been applied separately and the base has been painted with a black clay slip.

It features a dry textured turquoise/ grey barium glaze brushed over and inlaid between a soft white crawling glaze. Twice glaze fired in an electric kiln to 1055ºC.

Approximately 9 cm Diameter, 3 cm High.

Not suitable for food use.

You will receive the exact piece shown here, every piece I make is unique.

Weight 82 gm
Dimensions 9 × 3 cm
Care Instructions:

Rinse under clean running water and allow to dry, or dust gently with a soft brush. The glazes I use on my work are delicate, so they should be treated with care. I would not recommend placing anything heavy inside my bowls, or stacking them inside each other.


I draw inspiration for my work from observations of the natural world absorbed throughout my life – from childhood memories of seaside holidays spent beachcombing and rockpooling, to things I see around me from day to day such as lichen growing on a stone wall.

Cost Time
Mainland UK £4.00 3 day(s)
UK Highlands and Islands £4.00 0 day(s)
Western Europe £.00 NA
Rest of Europe £.00 NA
USA and Canada £.00 NA
Far East / Australia-NZ £.00 NA
Worldwide £.00 NA

Artist Return Policy : This item can be returned.

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.

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Should you choose to return or exchange your order you will need to deliver the item(s) to the UK, where this seller is based.

Emma Williams Ceramics

Emma Williams is a Nottingham based ceramic artist.

Since graduating with a degree in decorative arts from Nottingham Trent University in 1999, Emma has continued to develop her love for colour, texture and form through the use of layers of slips and low-fire vibrant and tactile glazes on purely decorative, simple shapes and highly wearable brooches, hand-built and press moulded in a variety of clays.

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