"Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful" (William Morris 1834-1896)
This can be said of the garden too! This is one of the designs inspired by the greatest designer of the late 19th century Arts and Crafts Movement in Great Britain, William Morris. His wallpaper and textile designs, many still in current use today, are a skillful reworking of decorative motifs from India and the Middle East, including Isnik Ottoman Pottery.
"Love Birds" takes elements from two of his designs, reworks them and adds a new border of vine leaves and grapes to create a medallion firmly held by a robustly shaped pot - although, like the medallion, this too has intricately worked details.
Some of these pots are made to order. Please call 01608 684 416 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
|930||34.00cm - 13 1/2"||35.00cm - 14"||
|931||38.00cm - 15"||49.00cm - 19 1/2"||
|932BC||47.00cm - 18 1/2"||55.00cm - 21 1/2"||
|932B||54.00cm - 21 1/2"||63.00cm - 25"||
Meet the Maker
Sas is a decorator and has been with the pottery for 1 year. She really enjoys working at the pottery as it has a creative atmosphere and comes with lots of challenges. Sas came to the pottery on a long winding road via the circus.