FebbieDayCeramics

Ceramic Homeware Crafted in Porcelain

Beverley, United Kingdom | 60 Sales

FebbieDayCeramics

Ceramic Homeware Crafted in Porcelain

Beverley, United Kingdom 60 Sales On Etsy since 2016

5 out of 5 stars (9)

Announcement   "I have no philosophy, my favourite thing is sitting in the studio." Arne Jacobsen

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Last updated on Feb 9, 2017

"I have no philosophy, my favourite thing is sitting in the studio." Arne Jacobsen

Deborah Buckley

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Wrapping, wrapping & more wrapping... This 25 piece black & gold porcelain dinnerware set is off to Italy flag-icflag-ta
"With a few flowers in my garden, half a dozen pictures, and some books, I live without envy." Lope De Vega
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Publications…

'Kitchens Bedrooms & Bathrooms' Magazine - March 2018 Issue - 'A place to call home' by Daniel Carter and Laura Styler, Furnish Interior Design. Photography by Adam Carter.

'Wedding Ideas' Magazine - April 2017 Issue - 'Blushing in Blue' Styled Shoot by Jess Turner Designs & Jessica Davies Photography


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Please take a sneaky peek at....

My pink and white plates in the very beautiful 'Natural Elements' photoshoot in Want That Wedding!

http://www.wantthatwedding.co.uk/2017/08/04/natural-elements-a-fine-art-inspired-wedding-editorial-with-magnolia-cherry-blossoms/

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My grey and white plates and bowls with thick gold drips in the stunning 'Eco-Woodland' photoshoot in Rock My Wedding!

http://www.rockmywedding.co.uk/quality-over-quantity-having-an-eco-conscious-wedding/

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I love ceramic pieces which are beautiful in their own right - but I have a particular admiration for functionally beautiful objects.

Every aspect of the work I do myself, and every piece is unique. I enjoy creating small imperfections - curves and uneven edges, which compliment a natural, minimalist style.

I strive to create a textural and colour contrast in the ceramics, and also to use stains which (even during the making process) instil a sense of calm. Thus, rather selfishly I admit that I relish the creative process a little more than the (final) product itself.

Pottery has a notoriously un-predictive element which makes it so exciting and rewarding.

When making plates and bowls I use moulds and porcelain slip. However, my methods are unorthodox in that I like to caress the slip around the mould by hand, rather than by pouring and waiting. I am somewhat impatient and getting covered in clay is most definitely part of the fun! x

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