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Pigeon Pot No.4



Pigeon Pot No.4


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Size: 27 x 15.5 x 17.5cm (10.6 x 6.1 x 6.9 inches)

A one off piece. Hand-built stoneware, various glazes, various oxides.

The pieces are intended by the artist for functional use and are high fired using food safe glazes. They should be hand washed and shouldn't be put in an oven, microwave or dishwasher.

The Breakfast Table

There is a very special house, in the historic area of Spitalfields in East London, that has inspired our latest collection.

Dennis Severs’ House is a gem of early 18th century London architecture. Built in 1724 and saved from dereliction by the Spitalfields Trust, Dennis Severs reconfigured it in the 1970’s  to tell the story of an imaginary Huguenot family who had lived there since it was built in 1724.

The remarkable thing about the house is that it is set out as if the family has just left for the day, with surprising and humourous details at every turn. 

(Dennis Severs’ Kitchen: Photography by Lucinda Douglas-Menzies)

It was on a recent visit to the house, and seeing the kitchen table (above), set for breakfast by candlelight, that led us to commission the ceramicists Fliff Carr and Rebecca Brown to create a special collection for a late winter, early spring breakfast table. 


Rebecca Brown initially studied Textile and Surface Design at Gray’s School of Art in 2010, before going on to study for a Masters in Illustration at Edinburgh College of Art in 2014. After graduating Rebecca moved from Inverness to Sheffield to join the Ceramic Starter Studio at Yorkshire Artspace.

Working in porcelain and stoneware, Rebecca combines drawing, painting and printmaking to build narrative on the surface of decorative hand built ceramics. Fingerprints, brush strokes and making marks are intentionally left exposed to accentuate the relationship between vessel and subject.