Not since the 1970’s has there been this level of interest and appreciation for pottery and ceramics.
The return to the handmade has been driven by our increasingly digital lives and there are now more makers, sellers and collectors than ever before.
From the functional to decorative and sculptural works pushing the boundaries of the craft, Clay offers a glimpse into the lives and practises of over 50 studio potters from around the world.
This is a celebration of the new pottery artisans; a snapshot of a moment of resurgence; and a behind-the-scenes look at the unique and eclectic offerings from independent studios around the world.
Format: Hardcover, 260 pages
Author: Amber Creswell Bell
Publisher: Thames & Hudson
Our 1803 deer handle cheese knife has a small cleaver style blade. It is good to use with your befores. Hard cheese, soft cheese, salumi, charcuteries, that sort of thing. Hand forged for 1803 by the Canberra Cutlery Collective – a group of mates who...
32mm wide chunk of solid brass has a matte finish and smooth lines. Ergonomically perfect, the concave nature of the knob is like a little seat for your thumb. I challenge you to pick a room in your house that this knob won't make the...
This bone inlaid side table is a classic for lovers of monochromatics. The legs do screw off, making it easy to transport or stow away. :45cm H x 50cm W x 50cm L We do carry stock of this item in our Prahran based store....
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