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Tryst - Tryst

The vase being a symbol of the ancient world, a functional object, a design motif; this collection aims to restore its former status as the Ultimate Accessory.

In this collaborative project between ceramicist Amy Jayne Hughes, the V&A and 1882 Ltd, industry meets the studio maker – a meeting head on of two contrasting realms of making.

Each one a testament to Amy’s design and artistry and unique in the subtleties of the finished hand painting.

Dimensions ø 19cm, h 37cm
Care Instructions

Hand wash only


Fine bone china, hand painted and glazed

Made In

Stoke-on-Trent, England


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Amy J Hughes

Originally from West Yorkshire, Amy lives and works in London. She shares a studio with ten of her former classmates from the Royal College of Art, who collectively transformed a railway arch in East London into a multi-disciplinary art and design studio, known as Manifold.

Specialising in hand built ceramics and illustration, Hughes has worked and exhibited internationally, including a spell as Artist in Residence at Konstfack School, Stockholm, Sweden. She was nominated to represent the UK in ‘New Talent’ at the European Ceramic Context 2014 as well as being selected for the inaugural Young Masters Maylis Grand Ceramics Prize 2014 for artists who show an exceptional command of ceramics, alongside an awareness of the heritage of ceramic craft. In 2015, Amy was chosen as the first Ceramics and Industry Artist in Residence at the Victoria and Albert Museum working in collaboration with 1882 Ltd., as well as being selected as one of eleven artists for AWARD at the British Ceramics Biennial ‘presenting new works exemplifying the energy and vitality of the best of British contemporary ceramics practice.’ 2016, has seen Amy nominated for the fourth prestigious Perrier-Jouët Arts Salon Prize.

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