Available pots, July 2023

I dropped a few new pots in the webshop just now. This will be the last regular update for a while, as I am entering a busy period, moving house and helping my twins settle into their gap year activities. Don’t hesitate to reach out, as always, as I will still be working on my pottery, just much much slower than usual! Wishing everyone a great summer. Thanks for reading.

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Spring restock 2023

The shop has finally been restocked.

In the two months since my last update, I have made liberal use of my artistic license; The urge to create is compelling and sometimes overwhelming. One can get lost in wrong-footed departures. Thankfully some ideas are just fleeting follies, while others slowly spread their roots and resurface from time to time. In this update, there are classic bestsellers like nuka and tenmoku teapots, as well as new (and re-hashed) whimsical work. As always, comments are welcome (you can also leave reviews after your purchase, to help others understand the work). Thanks for browsing. Enjoy spring.


Available June 2022

All prices are incl. VAT, but excl. shipping and other local taxes. Write to potsinclay@gmail.com for shipping quote.

SOLD – Carbontrap shino teapot, 70 ml – 145 euro
Sold- “Chinese Clouds” teapot, 130ml – 124 euro (glazed in celadon inside)
SOLD – Carbontrap “salt and pepper 1” 60ml, – 145 euro
SOLD – Carbontrap teapot “Salt and Pepper 2” 85ml, 145 euro

Available April 2022

To purchase, send email to potsinclay@gmail.com or use form at the end of this page. Prices are exclusive of shipping. Free Easter rabbit tea pet (porcelain with carbontrap shino) included with each of these purchases.

SOLD – Carbontrap shino kyusu, embossed porcelain, 70ml – 145 euro
SOLD – Coarse porcelaneous iron clay kyusu, “wood-worm eaten” handle and iron glaze, 125ml – 145 euro

(This one-of-a kind pot merits a detailed description: very high iron coarsely grogged porcelain-clay mix. The iron has bled through the yellow iron glaze, resulting in the leopard spotted look. On the spout, an iron spot has completely melted away, leaving a round hole at the edge of the spout, this has no adverse effect on the pour which is strong and non-turbulent. The lid and body of the pot were fired separately to avoid them fusing together, the lid and body has been ground together post-firing for perfect fit. Glazed inside. Heat retension is high).