This pottery decoration technique is very ancient – and involves applying wet clay over unglazed pot… either by dipping, piping or painting. Hannah’s pieces have an almost Medieval quality whilst maintaining a modern feel. These small ‘Birdie’ mugs are great, and she also had some fantastic larger pieces…
…such as this jug & plates with oak leaf decoration.
We have a few bits of slipware dotted around our house such as this lovely little candleholder. Slipware has a timeless quality and is very good at tying together antique & modern pieces.
We picked up this amazing charger a few years ago at a bric-a-brac shop down on the south coast.
It now sits on an antique coffer – it looks lovely against the patina of the old oak.
This large pottery tankard was also a good find – picked up relatively recently at a local flea market. It’s got a bit of age to it – and we think it’s absolutely beautiful!
This mug was made relatively recently but is very interesting all the same because of its social history.
This simple little fish plate is another favourite. The scales look to have been created by dragging a small stick through stripes of the wet slip.
And finally, this bowl which sits on our bathroom window sill and is normally full of bath salts & a little scoop – ready to ease the aches & pains brought on by our constant moving of boxes and furniture!