Work For Sale

You can buy any of the pieces that you see on this page. I have made the top seven items available using PayPal, but all of the pieces shown here are for sale. If you want to buy an item by bank transfer, contact me and I will give you the details you need.

Unfortunately, PayPal does not give a good view of the pots. So I have included larger pictures of each further down the page.

Of course seeing a pot on a website is not the same as seeing it in a gallery or a shop. So if you want a closer look at any item, contact me, and we can use FaceTime or Zoom to give you an all-round view.

Some of the pots shown on other pages are also available. Please contact me if you have any queries. Thanks and enjoy!

Large Thrown and Deconstructed Bottle

Inspired by a visit to the ghost town of Belchite, near Zaragoza in Spain. This small town, and it church, were pointlessly destroyed during the Spanish Civil War and remain today as they were then.


Large Crackle and Blue Splash Bowl

This large piece (approximately 30 cms high and wide) has great presence and deserves space. It is decorated with crackle glaze and splashes of contrasting blue.


Flower Vase With Ammonites

Ammonite fossil forms are impressed into the blue body of this vase, which looks lovely with flowers spilling over the white-glazed brim.


Silky Grey Glazed Bottle

This medium-sized thrown bottle is thickly glazed with intriguing dark brown iron subtly breaking through. Approximately 13 cms high.


Collection of Thrown and Faceted Bottles

Best arranged as a collection so the light can play on them, these faceted bottles have a clear glaze. Available (ideally) as a collection, they can also be bought individually for £40 each.


Medium Fluted Jug. ( S O L D )

This jug, about 25 cms high, could certainly be used for milk or water but would also look great with some flowers. The lower part was fluted while the clay was wet, an then glazed with Lucie Rie’s white recipe. The top glaze is an iron-rich red. Raw clay peeks out from the fluted section.


Tall White Bottle

This monumental piece is almost 60 cms high. Elegantly glazed in silky white, the lip is delicately embellished with oxide that runs into the surrounding glaze.


There is no right or wrong in art.

Your mistakes are your style

Grayson Perry

A pair of low-and-wide coffee mugs, glazed only inside. £30 for the pair ( S O L D )
Bottle in cream-white glaze with contrasting red splash. Approx 25 cms tall. £50.00
Large (approx 48 cm) white bottle, made in two pieces then fused together. Contrasting running oxide around rim. £95
Vase (approx 30 cms tall) with creamy white surface and unglazed ammonite impressions on two sides. Shiny black interior glaze. £70
Set of four low and wide coffee mugs with iron-rich half glaze. £60 ( S O L D )
Bottle (approx 25 cms tall) in cream with oxide neck and splashes. £60
Faceted bottles (approx 20 cms high). £30 each
Blue bowl on crackle glazed pedestal (approx 24 cms high). £50
Faceted bottle, white glaze with contrasting tenmoku glaze neck. Approx 32 cms high. £75
Large bowl, iron-rich glaze inside and unglazed outside. Approx 34 cms across. £65
Large (approximately 60 cms) thrown and deconstructed bottle. £480
Low and wide coffee mugs. Glazed inside only. £15 each. Made to order.
“Swan” bottle (approx 40 cms tall) glazed thickly in cream-white and tenmoku. £80
Partially glazed bowl, about 25 cms diameter. £45
Another view the above partially glazed bowl. Design created using wax resist. Cat not included.
Very Christmassy candlesticks. £30 for the pair