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Poetry plate (water in the eyes)
A beautifulhand made plate, featuring words from a poem by Chris; Water in the eyes The river grey again As another squall rolls in from the sea Clouds hang heavy Split only by an incongruous Splash of partial rainbow Perhaps the slipstream left By an angel in re-entry Or a glimmer of an old promise Made in haste But never forgotten I’ll not be drowning today The plate has a 22cm diameter.
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Biscuit plate (time for fun)
This small dinner plate contains original poetry written by Chris. It is made of stoneware pottery and is beautiful and functional. Perfect to carry in that elevenses treat, or to lighten a dark corner. Each letter of the poetry is hand stamped onto wet clay and then picked out using underglaze. The plate has a 10.5cm diameter.
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Coasters with Poetry
These coasters are are art for your table, beautiful and functional! Each coaster contains a word of line of original poetry. The coasters have rubber bumpers on the bottom to prevent marking and protect the coaster. Make your selection, why not get a set?
Coasters are 9cm square.
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Drift words – Poetry in a Jar
Driftwords use lines of original poetry, hand stamped into clay and then cut out. These are fired and glazed then fired again. The words are in a small glass jar along with small pieces of sea glass, smoothed by years in the sea, shells and small stones. These have all been gathered along the beaches on the West Coast.
just a pilgrim's search for knowledge
precious life and loving
hold me, listen to me, dance with me
power made perfect in weakness (2 available)
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Small poetry picture (That’s all)
Beautiful ceramic tile picture with line of original poetry. This simple, but effective, picture was made using two bands of glaze, inspired by the sunrise seascape we are fortunate to see many mornings. The frame was handmade by Chris. 15cm square (approx)
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Ceramic Rockpool Bowl
Be transported to the Scottish rocky shores while staring into this lovely bowl. Inspired by the many hours we spent "rock pool hunting" and identifying our finds, when the children were young (and still while they are grown up!). It felt like each rock pool contained an entire, beautiful world waiting to be explored. These bowls require much patience, as each piece or "rock" you see on the outside is hand cut and placed into a mold, like a 3D jigsaw. Once this is complete then the clay is carefully rolled out, smoothed and placed on the inside of the bowl. The bowl is then dried slowly and fired in the kiln. The inside is glazed using one of our favorite glazes which has crystals in causing the little explosions of different colours you see in the picture. The bowl is 22cm in Diameter.
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Heart Ceramic Decoration with Trees and Moon
Perfect gift for those who love trees and the long, beautiful nights! They are inspired by the tree line on the hill above our home studio, the Argyll forest which is very uniform. We love looking up to this tree line from our kitchen window, especially on clear evenings with the moon rising above the trees and highlighting their silhouettes. These decorations are 6cm wide. They are carefully cut out by Michaela and the trees are drawn on by hand before they are dried and fired. They are then glazed to give them their shine and fired again.
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Ceramic Gift tags
These unique Ceramic Gift tags are a gift in themselves. They are also an opportunity to reduce and reuse the often wasteful gift wrapping. We think they look particularly beautiful paired with recycled brown paper and ribbon. The words are hand stamped onto wet clay before being fired. They are each 7cm long but please note styles and cord will vary. The available words are:
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Heart Ceramic Decoration with Trees
Perfect gift for those who love trees and the Scottish hillside! These decorations are 5cm wide. They are carefully cut out by Michaela and the trees are drawn on by hand before they are dried and fired. They are then glazed to give them their shine and fired again. Ribbon colours may vary.