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Sue Ure at Feather Edge Contemporary Tableware

Sue Ure

Sue Ure's contemporary tableware and vase collections are sold in galleries and independent shops worldwide. Universally admired for her craftsmanship and pared down simplicity of form and palette, Sue has also designed bespoke collections for the likes of Tate Enterprises, The Royal Academy shop and the William Morris Gallery. In addition to her entirely hand thrown Ceramics collection, Sue has collaborated with other socially and ecologically responsible craftsmen and makers to create Sue Ure Maison, an ethically made diffusion range of ceramics, melamine and textiles.

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Sue Pryke

Sue Pryke

Sue Pryke is one of the UK's most respected and influential designer-makers whose award winning tableware and homewares collections are synonymous with superb craftsmanship and beautiful, pared back aesthetics. Having designed and produced ranges for the likes of IKEA, Marks and Spencer, Next, John Lewis and Waitrose, Sue continues to explore ceramic form and materials in her own collections, intent on creating effortless, functional pieces that are a pleasure to use and share everyday.
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Emily Doran Pottery

Emily Doran Pottery

From her garden studio in south west London, Emily Doran produces wonderfully tactile, wheel thrown tableware reminiscent of both Japanese and English Country Pottery. Handling and using one of her pieces is a truly sensory experience - throwing rings and ridges are clearly visible and slight distortions help us to see the natural movement of the clay. The whole experience is designed to cheer and uplift, with a colour palette inspired by Emily’s love of the Mediterranean Sea and Greek Islands. Beautiful glaze recipes combine with textures and mottling to create a distinctly coastal feel. Emily sums it up perfectly when she says ‘some of my pieces look like little beaches!’

With her worked stocked by national institutions such as Liberty, the National Trust and the National Portrait Gallery, alongside a growing number of independent shops and galleries, Emily plans to develop a range of more sculptural vessels to complement her tableware collection.

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Rebecca Callis Porcelain

Rebecca Callis Porcelain

Inspired by a love of the set table, and the familial rituals associated with food and drink, Rebecca Callis designs and makes beautifully crafted, hand thrown porcelain tableware from her studio in Kendal, Cumbria. These understated, yet carefully considered pieces, in a gorgeous array of gentle glaze colours, reflect Rebecca's aim to produce honest, un-precious pieces for everyday use which convey something of the artist's hand.
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Linda Bloomfield

Linda Bloomfield

From her pottery studio at home in London, Linda Bloomfield designs and makes tableware based on her thrown porcelain, with dimples and visible throwing lines showing the hand of the maker. Inspired by the mid century modern design from the 1950s, Linda’s work is made to be handled and used, with a tactile satin matt glaze on the outside and colour on the inside.

Having previously designed and made tableware for the likes of Liberty, Nobu and the Royal Albert Hall, Linda continues to make collections for both private customers and restaurants and is currently creating one-off pieces to exhibit during London Craft Week with Design Nation.
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Lauren Dickinson Clarke

Lauren Dickinson Clarke

Lauren Dickinson Clarke combines extraordinary imagination and artistry with superb craftsmanship in her collection of surreal and luxurious home accessories. More properly described as 'artware', each piece bears an intricate, dreamlike ink illustration full of wit and wonder and is proudly handcrafted in Stoke-on-Trent.

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Libby Ballard

Libby Ballard

Libby Ballards’s unique, handcrafted work is inspired by her enduring love of the British coastline, whose various textures and colours are recreated throughout her collections. Allied to this is her belief that using comforting, beautifully crafted tableware increases our enjoyment of food and her tactile pieces with their lovely glazes encourage us to do just that.

Using a combination of walks, photographs and sketches as the basis for each new piece, Libby then spends time experimenting on the wheel before perfecting her designs. Her latest collection - Sea View - is inspired by moments in time on the coast, from catching the perfect misty morning on the beach when no one else is around to sharing a special midnight moment by moonlit water with a loved one. These wonderful pieces are made with Libby’s new luxurious glaze recipes that give beautiful line blends of colour and a truly unique character.
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Inner Finn Ceramics

Inner Finn Ceramics

Inspired by a love of clean line, pure form and pared back style, Julie Fewster, founder of Inner Finn Ceramics, makes unique, functional and sculptural objects from her studio in Northwich, Cheshire. Her beautiful collection of tactile porcelain drinking vessels reflects her desire to create everyday objects that invite touch, love and use.
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Emma Alington

Emma Alington

Emma Alington's work is neatly summed up by her design ethos which centres on form, beauty, functionality and tactility. This, allied to high quality craftsmanship, has seen her quickly establish herself as an in-demand ceramics designer and led to a number of collaborations with private and commercial clients including The Fat Duck, The Hind's Head, Boots, the University of Arts London and Van Peterson Designs. She has recently designed and produced a children's tableware collection for Fenwick.

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Noble and Stace

Noble and Stace

Artisan chocolatiers, Noble and Stace, handcraft a cornucopia of sumptuous, beautifully presented chocolates, truffles and tablettes from their chocolate kitchen in the heart of the South Downs National Park. In addition to a highly successful range of traditional flavours, they have combined their passion for locally sourced produce with an innovative approach to chocolate pairings that has seen them collaborate with the likes of Chilgrove Gin, coffee specialists Edgcumbes and Langham Brewery. They were the obvious choice to craft 'The Tea Gallery' for Feather Edge, our own selection of delicious chocolate truffles inspired by that great British tradition, Afternoon Tea.
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The Bird Box

The Bird Box

Sophie Clarkin, founder of luxury home fragrance brand, The Bird Box, is passionate about creating products that are both good for people and the environment which is why her candles contain only pure essential oils and natural soy wax and are 100% biodegradable. Each candle is hand poured by a small dedicated team in Sophie's workshop nestled beside a nature reserve in rural Berkshire. In addition to making her own collection of home fragrance products, Sophie also develops bespoke candles for luxury brands including the likes of Watches of Switzerland and was the obvious choice for Feather Edge when we were looking for someone to create our signature Earl Grey candle and to develop three bespoke fragrances for our collaboration with Silent Pool Distillers on The Gin Botanicals Collection.
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Goldfinch Elson Design

Goldfinch Elson Design

Artist, Tracy Goldfinch Elson, works predominantly in watercolour and oil and is currently building a name for herself as a product and lifestyle photographer. From her studio near Farnham, Surrey, Tracy spends her time designing for her growing stationery collection and photographing products for brands such as Brown and Drury and Great Granola. Having seen her beautiful compositions and, particularly, her interesting use of low key photography, Feather Edge commissioned Tracy to photograph much of our collection for the website and are thrilled with the results.
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