Wearable ceramic art for your jewellery designs.

Port William, United Kingdom | 12538 Sales


Wearable ceramic art for your jewellery designs.

Port William, United Kingdom 12538 Sales On Etsy since 2011

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Grubbi Ceramics

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Grubbi Ceramics

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I am a ceramic artist from Liverpool in the UK, though now resident in Scotland in a little cottage on the coast...the sea is at the bottom of my garden, the forest a few miles behind me! I'm surrounded by countryside, clean air and wildlife. It's serene!

I have a great bead group on FB, please pop over if you fancy it!

I am completely immersed in glazes and designing decals at the moment, beautiful colours with fabulous patterns and designs which I pair with my word/quote beads!
Although ceramics is my main passion...I've dabbled in metal clay, polymer clay, metal-smithing, jewellery making, patina's and drawing/painting.. I'm a portrait painter too, that's how I initially got into art and creating. I love gouache, watercolours, pencils and acrylics too...Just about anything I can get my hands on really! I don't have much downtime as I've recently had a baby but when I do get a spare minute and I'm not creating, I'm either reading or sleeping!

I hope you enjoy your visit to my little shop! :)

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  • Nat

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator

    Ceramic artist, mum to two kids and many cats. Lover of coffee, Scotland, art and beads!

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Last updated on Nov 23, 2017
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Custom and personalised orders

I am not currently taking custom orders.

Care instructions

All my ceramics are handmade from top quality stoneware clay and porcelain. They are fired to extremely high temperatures and should be pretty robust. As with any type of pottery, dropping onto hard surfaces is not recommended, as thinner items such as pendants and charms may break...beads should be good and bouncy!

All ceramics, unless otherwise stated should be fine for wearing in the shower/bath or in bad weather as the glaze makes them waterproof.

You can clean your ceramics by using a warm, damp cloth.

All items come from a non smoking household. I do have cats so you may be gifted with an errant hair, lol! (joking!)