Choose our stoneware Lewes crockery collection for its texture (glossy glaze and gently undulating ripples), its colour (pale and delicate grey) and the classic meets contemporary shapes.
With its hand-applied wash of glaze and watery palette of off-white and grey-blue, our Lulworth crockery collection will bring a little laidback coastal style to everyday breakfasts, lunches and suppers.
Crimped edges and a soft, off-white glaze that’s very gently distressed on the edges give our Sutton crockery set a warm and homely feel. Just the thing for everyday dining, you can also dress it up by mixing it with more decorative serving pieces like Olney.
The artisan-inspired collection. Bowsley’s a dotted and rippled design with a slightly wavy-edged shape and distressed glaze detail in pale grey. These are pieces for lending your table a country cottage feel.
Our patterned collection: hand-stamped with a delicate, stylised thistle motif for a naturally varied look that makes each piece individual. Olney comes in several timeless shades: pale and subtly pretty Flax Blue; earthy grey-brown Walnut; and rich terracotta Burnt Sienna.
Medium Burnt Sienna
Large Burnt Sienna
Low Burnt Sienna
Our contemporary craft collection, all the Lowther pieces have simple shapes, slightly rippled surfaces – as if they’ve just come off the potter’s wheel – and speckled, dark brown detailing.
Bretby is a delicately coloured serving collection in pale greyish blue, patterned by the dappled effect created by the glaze. Pair it with other subtly textured tabletop pieces for a contemporary craft feel.
A low bowl in a generously large size that’s perfect for sharing dishes such as salad and pasta. With its fluted sides and bobbled rim, it would suit a laidback setting perfectly, and mixes well with the other textured designs in our tabletop crockery collection.
Fenton is our contemporary fine bone china tableware: understated, crisp and clean, pure white pieces that have a more delicate look and feel to our stoneware collections.
Syon is a serving collection that, like Olney, will bring pattern to your tabletop, adding more colour and interest to plainer everyday pieces. Syon’s pattern takes the shape of neutral, hand-stamped cabbage roses.