Accidental Expressionist

with Martyn Thompson
A tea set comprising a remake of a Susie Cooper fine bone china teapot and two varying cups and saucers with both pattern and solid coloured glaze effects. The expressionist nature is paramount as it allows for personal curation with the ability to mix and match from a series of solid and patterned items all from Thompson’s sublime colour palette.
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Big Vase 1 & 2

with Max Lamb
You can never have too many flowers. The question is how big can the vase be? Big Vase starts life as a solid block of plaster that is hand carved by hammer and chisel into the shape of the vase. A three-part hollow mould is created from the carved plaster form allowing multiple vases to be slip-cast in fine bone...
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Cast Bowl

with John Pawson
Cast Bowl is conceived as a quiet landscape in ceramic. Glazed in the palest of hues, the play of light and shadow generates endless small shifts of tone across its contours. The piece draws on a particular set of architectural preoccupations – with proportion, line, volume and the precise way in which mass engages with an underlying surface – combining...
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Crockery Black

with Max Lamb
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. A collection of tableware slip-cast from plaster models carved by hand, with glazed interior for functionality and raw exterior reflecting the modest surface...
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Crockery White

with Max Lamb
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...
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Dunes

with Philippe Malouin
Dunes is a stunning collection of fine creamware featuring skillfully hand-crafted plates and bowls from one of the design world’s most celebrated new talents. Slip-cast from plaster models, the collection maximises Philippe’s beautifully minimalistic patterns through analogue 3D-printing. Made by Philippe, the printer creates shapes that cannot be designed by hand or computer – only movement, imperfection and randomised material...
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Exquisite

with Martino Gamper & Friends
Tiago Almeida, Lars Frideen, Max Frommeld, Martino Gamper, Faudet Harrison, Gemma Holt, Jochen Holz, Max Lamb, Will Shannon, Silo Studio, Harry Thaler, Bethan 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. This way,...
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Festival Jug

with Pinch
This hand painted jug takes five arduos hours to paint and forms part of our Icon Collection. Painted by Emma Bailey who used to work at Wedgwood hand decorating Clarice Cliff, this is again testament to the skill that resides in Stoke-on-Trent. Festival Jug involves generous and curvaceous forms paired with exaggerated ratios delivered via handles and spouts. The shapes...
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Flare

with Pinch
Russell Pinch and Oona Bannon are renowned furniture and lighting designers and have reduced the scale in which they design to create Flare. Flare is a fine bone china collection that involves generous and curvaceous forms paired with exaggerated ratios delivered via handles and spouts. The shapes offer a sculptural modernity whilst referencing classic form, and make a virtue of...
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Garden Ware

with Bruce McLean
Acclaimed conceptual artist Bruce McLean debued a vast new body of work titled Garden Ware that was on exhibition at the V&A in London for the London Design Festival 2017. The collection includes one-off earthenware creations by Bruce, including vases, bowls, platters as well as tableware. Stemming from a series of 50 Platters, Bruce selected 4 artworks that have been...
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Garden Ware Vessels

with Bruce McLean
Acclaimed conceptual artist Bruce McLean debuts a vast new body of work titled Garden Ware that was recently on exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. The collection includes one-off earthenware creations by McLean, including vases, bowls, platters as well as tableware.
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Indigo Rain

with Faye Toogood
Designer Faye Toogood’s addition to her range of ceramic designs for 1882 Ltd. puts a fresh spin on the forms and traditions of English creamware. Indigo Rain adds a touch of contemporary flair to the homely familiarity of blue-and-white striped crockery. The fine earthenware showcases the classic tones of English Delftware: cream offset with a rich, deep blue. Broad bands...
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Indigo Storm

with Faye Toogood
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. The whorls and eddies resulting from these experiments – like mini meteorological formations – make up the...
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Jenny

with Deborah M Allen
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. This collection of fine bone china showcases Deborah’s delicate watercolour techniques and is inspired by Emily’s mother, Jenny Johnson.
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Jenny Green

with Deborah M Allen
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. This collection of china showcases Deborah’s delicate watercolour techniques and is inspired by Emily’s mother, Jenny Johnson.
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Lustre

with Bethan Gray
Lustre, conceived by award-winning designer Bethan Gray uses a fine bone china body paired with 24-carat gold and black decals, and finished with hand gilded details. The collection features a reinterpretation of Bethan’s hand-drawn Dhow pattern originally inspired by the billowing sails of Oman’s distinctive sailing boats. Possible only by hand, the pattern is meticulously applied in three separate pieces...
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Peter Pilotto

with Peter Pilotto
Peter Pilotto's vision of womenswear embraces both new and classic perspectives on elegance. Otherworldly prints combine with soft sculptural shapes to form the handwriting of the design duo. The fine bone china tableware collection celebrates their aesthetic with the wonderful use of pattern and colour.
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Positive & Negative

with Snarkitecture
The concept for this collaboration with Snarkitecture was to reveal aspects of the technical process used to create fine bone china. While Positive reflects the simple geometry of a cylindrical vase, Negative brings to life the mould that is used in the creation of the first piece. Normally unseen, the box-like volume is impressed with exactly one half of its...
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Slick & Sleet and Slick Additions

with 1882 Ltd. & Queensberry Hunt
Slick & Sleet by 1882 Ltd. with an extended vase collection by 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...
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Standard Ware

with Fort Standard
Fort Standard is a contemporary design studio and manufacturer based in Red Hook, Brooklyn. Founder and designer Gregory Buntain explores the interplay of natural materials and modern production processes to create distinctive designs rooted in simplicity and functionality. Through creating the collection Fort Standard explored all aspects of the materials they were working with including carving, etching, turning, adding, subtracting....
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Tryst

with Amy J Hughes
Industry meets the studio maker head-on in this collaborative project between ceramicist Amy Jayne Hughes, the V&A and 1882 Ltd. Aiming to restore the humble vase to its former status as the Ultimate Accessory, the collection elevates the functional object to a design motif and a symbol of the ancient world… Amy Jayne Hughes was the V&A Ceramics Resident from...
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Unity

with Kim Thomé
Kim Thomé has an exceptional ability with colour and with Unity he plays with overlaying colour in forms of silk screen decal and a second firing of hand painted enamel colour. Unity pays homage to the concurrence of colour as well as the collaboration of human and machine.
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White

with 1882 Ltd.
The purist fine bone china tableware. Designed by Chris Johnson and made in Stoke-on-Trent. This forms the base of all our collections and the most wonderful foundation for any table.
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