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19 Ceramics We’re In Love With Right Now

Handmade, artisan-created, edgy, timeless: we’ll never tire of ceramics. We round up a few we’ve gone potty for.

There’s nothing quite like the combination of a beautiful flower arrangement and a charming ceramic for bringing the spirit of the oil painting into our homes. Mimosa tumbling out of an incongruously cheeky vase, or blousy peonies billowing out from a paper-thin ceramic pot: these are sights that will never fail to make our hearts sing. We can’t get enough of the fresh-from-the-kiln beautiful idiosyncrasies, or the legacy of those imprints of the maker on the finished product. Here, we throw a few of our favourites out there for you to peruse.

By Lucy Abletshauser
May 2020


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1690 Ceramics

‘Here, Hare, Here’ Plate, £185

Laetitia Rouget

Blue Gardens, £90

Ottoline X Host

Wiggle Side Plate, £12.95

Miranda Berrow Ceramics

Ribbed Lamp Base, £300

Florence St George

Gold Edged Bowl, £450

Rachael Cocker

Short Garland Candlesticks, £90

Polly Fern

Foxglove Yellow Dish, £85

Deborah Brett Ceramics

Bubble bowls, POA

Liv & Dom

Cradle Tea-Light Holder, £35

John Derian For Astier

Marble Platter, £185

Anita Le Grelle for Serax

Ceramic Carafe Misty Grey, £65

Gluggle Jug

Large Mandarin, £34

Anissa Kermiche

Ceramic Vase, £85

Sophie Alda

Coral And Blue Cone Vase, £40

Studio Arhjo

Ghost, €15.42


Splash Vase, £69

Astier De Vilatte

Etoile Fruit Stand, £190

Bordallo Pinheiro

Watermelon Tureen, £95

Lucy Abletshauser

Shopping Editor

Lucy is the GWG's go-to expert on the best online buys, from fashion to interiors. An aesthete to her core, she does the trawling so you don't have to.