• 1882 Ltd. Candles

    Celebrating our differences 1882 Ltd. launches it’s first collection of candles with Max Lamb, Bethan Gray, Snarkitecture and Bruce McLean. The vessels are all so very different highlighting the brilliance of design and making synonymous with 1882 Ltd..

    1882-Ltd. Candles Collection
  • Cirrus

    1882 Ltd. have collaborated with ceramicist, Frances Palmer, to create a collection which is designed for everyday use. The white creamware dishes are light and simple but sturdy, with a transparent finish as airy as clouds.

    Cirrus
  • Crockery Black

    1882 Ltd.’s interpretation of black basalt; equal in richness to the redy brown black developed back in 1766 by Josiah Wedgwood. After eighteen months of development Crockery Black with Max Lamb has been remastered in black basalt.

    Crockery Black
  • Crockery Pink

    A collection of fine bone china tableware slip-cast from plaster models carved by hand, with a glazed interior for functionality and a raw exterior reflecting the textured surface of the plaster original.

    The Crockery Pink collection by Max Lamb | 1882 Ltd
  • Crockery White

    A collection of fine bone china tableware slip-cast from plaster models carved by hand, with glazed interior for functionality and raw exterior reflecting the modest surface texture of the plaster original. The process of slip-casting begins with the creation of a three-dimensional model of the design known as a master by a professional model-maker, from which the production mould is cast.

  • Disco Gourds

    When Bethan Laura Wood was invited to make a collection for 1882 Ltd., Bethan drew on the ceramic history of trompe-l'œil decoration used for food vessels. Highly popularised in the 18th century – inspired by the increasing exchange of foods across the globe and the aspiration for 'enlightenment' through scientific exploration and cataloguing of nature – the trend for theatrical dining merged into a wonderous world of creating hyper realistic ceramic replicas of fruits and vegetables.

  • Exquisite

    Tiago Almeida, Lars Frideen, Max Frommeld, Martino Gamper, Faudet Harrison, Gemma Holt, Jochen Holz, Max Lamb, Will Shannon, Silo Studio, Harry Thaler, Bethan Laura Wood. In the game of consequence, a person is drawn in segments by a group of players on a piece of paper. The paper is folded after each part is drawn by a different person.

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  • Garden Ware Tableware

    Acclaimed conceptual artist Bruce McLean debuted a vast new body of work titled Garden Ware which was on exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum for the London Design Festival 2017.

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  • Indigo Storm

    Faye Toogood's range of ceramic designs for 1882 Ltd. celebrates the accidental beauty of natural imperfections. Indigo Storm is a bold interpretation of traditional creamware forms; drawing upon the chance patterns created when pigment added to the slip coating does not fully blend.

    Indigo Storm Collection
  • Jenny

    Californian-based artist Deborah M Allen’s love of the water has always influenced her work, which often includes references to carved landscapes and the unexpected organic shapes and colours we prize in nature.

    Jenny
  • Jenny Green

    Californian-based artist Deborah M Allen’s love of the water has always influenced her work, which often includes references to carved landscapes and the unexpected organic shapes and colours we prize in nature. The result? Gorgeous contemplations of space, fluidity and light.

    Jenny Green
  • Jesture

    The carnival landscape of JESTURE pays homage to both the ancient and the outsider.

    With this new collection, photographer and designer Martyn Thompson continues his partnership with the Stoke-on-Trent based design driven ceramics company 1882 Ltd.

    Jesture Collection
  • Slick & Sleet

    Slick & Sleet by 1882 Ltd. is a collection of uniquely hand glazed items – a true testament to the skill of the Potter. So many factors make up the pattern of the glaze; from the heat of the piece to the weight of the glaze. The Potter works each piece individually making each item unique. Glaze, like ceramic, has a mind of it’s own.

    Slick & Sleet Collection
  • Slick Additions

    Slick Additions by 1882 Ltd. with Queensberry Hunt is a collection of uniquely hand glazed items – a true testament to the skill of the Potter. So many factors make up the pattern of the glaze; from the heat of the piece to the weight of the glaze. The Potter works each piece individually making each item unique. Glaze, like ceramic, has a mind of it’s own.

    Slick Additions