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As a great alternative to a standard white, Gwyn is a contemporary speckled stoneware range that has a simple brush finish which adds depth and texture. The creamy translucent glaze has tones of sage and grey throughout.
Provincial is a traditionally styled bakeware and food preparation range in high fired stoneware which offers superb heat conduction and durability. This range includes essentials for making main dishes or baking and presenting desserts. Embossed elements can be personalised with letters or motifs.
Azula Blue is a reactive glaze range in its truest form, with each piece uniquely distinct. A gentle reactive finish with a natural thinning of the glaze on the edges adds interest. Artisanal handles and an organic body shape complete this beautiful stoneware range.
Inspired by traditional batik and wood block patterning, Burgeon is a special and bespoke stoneware reactive glaze stamped range that embraces the unique imperfections of the handmade.
Distinctive and contemporary, Coincide Mugs combine textures and colour inspired by nature. Layered reactive and satin glazes combined with a raw clay base further enhances this stoneware mug range.
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