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Damson Tree Pottery was born at the end of our garden in the shade of damson trees.
We recently moved to a small farm near Axminster surrounded by beautiful countryside on the borders of Devon, Dorset and Somerset in the South West of England. .
My main inspirations are the beauty of the natural world and the greatest designer of all!
I make tiles, bowls, coasters and jewellery; using earthenware clay and a wide range of colourful glazes.
My kiln is gas fired, producing beautiful, unique variations in colour and effects. I'm always experimenting, trying out new ideas and finding new treasures in my kiln.
I work outside whenever possible and love listening to the birds and insects all around me.
At 5 years old I started making tiny terracotta bowls with clay scraped from behind a classroom. Then bought my own wheel and kiln at 20 and worked…

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  • Female
  • Born on September 18
  • Joined July 5, 2011

Favorite materials

ceramic, clay, glaze, reclaimed wood, recycled glass, linen, handmade paper, velvet, driftwood, shells, metal, secondhand beads, vintage fabric

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About

Damson Tree Pottery was born at the end of our garden in the shade of damson trees.
We recently moved to a small farm near Axminster surrounded by beautiful countryside on the borders of Devon, Dorset and Somerset in the South West of England. .
My main inspirations are the beauty of the natural world and the greatest designer of all!
I make tiles, bowls, coasters and jewellery; using earthenware clay and a wide range of colourful glazes.
My kiln is gas fired, producing beautiful, unique variations in colour and effects. I'm always experimenting, trying out new ideas and finding new treasures in my kiln.
I work outside whenever possible and love listening to the birds and insects all around me.
At 5 years old I started making tiny terracotta bowls with clay scraped from behind a classroom. Then bought my own wheel and kiln at 20 and worked as a sculptor in Dorset. After travelling the world, getting married and having 4 kids, I returned to working with clay; teaching pottery and developing my own ceramics.
I started making jewellery and buttons to fill in the gaps between larger pieces, but now these are taking up more room!

It's been such fun browsing Etsy to find people around the world making and selling beautiful and unique creations!

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