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    Contemporary designs on functional pieces - the wonders of the masking technique are endless!

  • Trudi Wilkes

    I want these on my kitchen windowsill. Ceramic pieces of Brighton-based artist, Ken Eardley.

  • Debra Slotkin Shulman

    Ceramic pieces of Brighton-based artist, Ken Eardley. He has taken his background as textile designer and applied his knowledge and ideas into this bold and colorful collection of ceramics. You can see his portfolio here at Yellow House Art

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Admiring the ceramic pieces of Brighton-based artist, Ken Eardley. He has taken his background as textile designer and applied his knowledge and ideas into this bold and colorful collection of ceramics.

Trinket dishes, each fired with a different colored marble in it! cute for jewelry drawer

the colorful Ken Eardley. also avail at www.blackbird-eng...

ceramics by kirstie van noort / via Jeremy Culumber Ying 邢儀偉 Zheng shibuya.

Sarjaton - Iittala. Finnish china that suits me very well, design that is subtile and classic. Pure form, no fuss. Easy to combine and allows the food and beverage to be highlighted.

Dutch ceramist in Amsterdam

ceramic colors. Love the glaze colors and finishes.

Persian Art In my recent trip to Iran, I picked up this hand crafted, hand painted (unknown artist) in Esfahan(Isfahan), The Iranian city of craftsmanship.

B ceramic beauties. i'd love these filled with lush red roses, with the lids off to the side.

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