handmade australian tableware is durable functional and beautiful. we have shown work from australian makers since our showroom first launched in 1998 and have an extensive range from makers from all over the country in both potts point and surry hills. in the season of overindulgence we thought that you might like to see work from some of our amazing craftspeople.
andrei davidoff creates this range in single fired handthrown porcelain. the slip brushwork brings an energy and life to clean classic forms. because the porcelain is high temperature fired and vitrified, nothing will penetrate the surface of the vessels
ode are spectacularly good at creating pleasing original forms that are also functional. these pieces below are from a sydney couple and are made in cast porcelain with body stain in the clay for colour, with clear glaze on interior surfaces.
sharon alpren handthrows textured earthy raw claybodies and features unique glaze effects to delight users of her work with subtle variations in surface. the work below is beautiful for everyday use or a feature object in your home
vanessa lucas creates pieces that are utterly contemporary with timeless almost nostalgic references. she was trained in ceramics and then had a career in fashion and claims that after a visit to our sydney showroom a few years ago, she was inspired to get messy with clay again. she casts in porcelain with lovely soft mat glazes in subtle colours
david collins has had a lifelong career teaching ceramics. recently he has created this beautiful textural tableware collection. we think that it would add warmth and style to any meal