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Chris Keenan - The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh - Contemporary Art Since 1842

Chris Keenan - The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh - Contemporary Art Since 1842

Large Edinburgh Skyline Teapot

Are you interested in our Large fine bone china teapot? With our Screen printed teapot featuring skyline you need look no further.

SARAH WENT CERAMICSLittle Northern Contemporary Craft Fair #LNCCFAltrincham Grammar School For BoysSunday 26th April 2015 : 10am-5pmwww.greatnorthernevents.co.uk Wheel thrown porcelain tableware with a contemporary feel. Pattern and texture created through carving or raised accents.     www.sarahwentceramics

SARAH WENT CERAMICSLittle Northern Contemporary Craft Fair #LNCCFAltrincham Grammar School For BoysSunday 26th April 2015 : 10am-5pmwww.greatnorthernevents.co.uk Wheel thrown porcelain tableware with a contemporary feel. Pattern and texture created through carving or raised accents. www.sarahwentceramics

Ruaridh Waugh Teapot plaid Scottish stoneware

- Large Ruaridh Waugh Teapot at The Perfect Present Company

Ceramic Arts Daily – A Renaissance for the Cup and Saucer: A Contemporary Potter Shares the Process for her Wheel Thrown and Slip Decorated Pottery

DIANE-Ceramic Arts Daily – A Renaissance for the Cup and Saucer: A Contemporary Potter Shares the Process for her Wheel Thrown and Slip Decorated Pottery

1970 Scottish KENNETH ANNAT Bemersyde Studio Pottery Bowl

Beautiful 1970 Scottish KENNETH ANNAT Bemersyde Studio Pottery Bowl - NG K10

1970 Scottish KENNETH ANNAT Bemersyde Studio Pottery Bowl

Favourite above all of the later designs proved to be the Thistle pattern (never officially named) comprising a semi-stylised grouping featuring a thistle, heather, and bluebells, all on a sky blue background. This was hugely popular both at home and overseas, and was in great demand from countries with large populations of expatriate Scots

Favourite above all of the later designs proved to be the Thistle pattern (never officially named) comprising a semi-stylised grouping featuring a thistle, heather, and bluebells, all on a sky blue background. This was hugely popular both at home and overseas, and was in great demand from countries with large populations of expatriate Scots

Sutton Taylor - The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh - Contemporary Art Since 1842

Sutton Taylor - The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh - Contemporary Art Since 1842

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