Ceramics:

Seal Ceramics
Aberdeenshire
Organic, handbuilt functional pottery. Influenced by my former career as a freshwater ecologist, I predomiantly use blues and greens and heavy use of texture to evoke naturalistic forms and shapes. Drippy gloss glazes add interest whilst retaining functionality.
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Jay Frazer Ceramics
Edinburgh
Edinburgh based ceramicist Jay Frazer produces wheel thrown designs to be enjoyed in the home, and a collection of contemporary ceramic jewellery. With inspiration deriving from Scottish Sea and landscapes, the works are fluid forms that achieve a balance between natural and contemporary. Jay allows for serendipity and experimentation to guide her work, often resulting in unique one off pieces. Each design is made with tactility in mind, celebrating the variety of surfaces that can be found through the process of making ceramics.
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Sandra Brown
Edinburgh
I make a variety of ceramics, thrown, hand-built and slip cast, functional and non-functional/decorative. My style has been described by many as 'new vintage'. Well, I am old enough to remember it first time round! All hand-made entirely by moi! Sole-trader working alone. I incorporate a lot of repeat pattern free-hand decoration in my work either at the underglaze stage; after the first firing, or coloured slip decoration directly onto the clay before the first firing. I am looking into having transfers/decals printed possibly for tile decoration.
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Vanessa Bullick Ceramics & Textiles
East Neuk of Fife
Vanessa Bullick Textiles pieces from her studio in Cellardyke in the East Neuk of Fife. Vanessa makes coloured stoneware tableware and smoke fired pots. She also makes traditional oilskin and dry oilskin bags along with knitwear.
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The Potter of Leith
Edinburgh
I produce reduction fired stoneware ceramics, mainly tableware. Much of the work uses wood-ash based glazes and features those elusive copper reds found only in high temperature, reduction firing. Work produced ranges from small bowls and dishes through to large serving bowls, platters, vases and urns. We also supply several Edinburgh restaurants with table ware and offer a variety of courses and workshops. As a Social Enterprise, our profits go towards offering free and subsidised access to courses and workshops to those living with poor mental health.
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Mud Station Pottery
Edinburgh
We make one-off small-batch ceramic vessels, which are both unique and intended for everyday use around the home. We work with interesting and unusual clay bodies, either simply glazing the areas that will be in contact with food or drink, or layering decals, silkscreens and transfers. This makes our pots both a visual and a tactile pleasure. We are selling mugs, Japanese-style tea bowls and beakers.
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