For kitchen karma, Keith Brymer Jones's bright white tableware is the answer with its retro and traditional style merged with clean designs.

Keith Brymer Jones is an award winning master potter who many will know from BBC 2’s The Great Pottery Throw Down. Alongside Kate Malone, Keith is one of the judges with a second series coming to a close in March 2017.

Keith’s career in ceramics stretches back over three decades starting with an apprenticeship at Harefield Pottery. He then moved on to his own studio in Highgate throwing pots for clients including Monsoon, Laura Ashley and Habitat. He now works from Whitstable, where all products are designed in house. The finished prototypes are then used by his expert team to create the final products which are all hand finished to an exceptionally high standard.

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Simplicity is key, from the super white porcelain used to the organic and tactile shapes of this homeware, all of which have contributed to the brand having international status amongst collectors.

The Word range is very popular and highly durable; it is dishwasher and microwave safe. Each piece is discreetly hand-stamped with words inlaid in colour in a retro type font. From wide brimmed bucket mugs for warming brews, little espresso cups to measuring jugs, plates and even dog bowls, this tableware fits in whatever the style in your home.

Create your own dinner set of 4,8, 12 or 16 pieces and you can save up to £30, plus there’s 10% off your first order when you sign up to Keith’s newsletter. The range is available online and also in leading department stores and shops.

For those looking for a little more colour in their tableware, the vintage range in pastels will appeal. The wording is in four pastel colours along with a complementary pastel on the inside of the product.


If you want to remember a special occasion or a favourite quote, you can personalise mugs, both front and back in the colour of your choice. The space allows for three lines on both the front and back of the mug, with the price varying according to the number of letters. Given the very personal nature of this type of order, the lead time is twelve to fourteen weeks.


As well as judging for The Great Pottery Throw Down and producing his own line of ceramics, Keith is also Head of Design for MAKE International, collaborating with other designers, including Scion Living and Designers Guild.

Sign up to Keith Brymer Jones’ mailer and enjoy 10% off your first order. There is also free UK p&p on orders over £30.

March 2017