SIGN UP for our newsletter to win a fabulous Catherine Aitken bag

Mini Bowl Stoneware Ceramic Floating Blue Ivory Glaze

by Isabella Lepri Ceramics

£15.00

QTY

These are super versatile bowls you could use for salt and pepper, for olives/olive stones, for tea lights, to put your teabag in or anything else you like!

Handmade stoneware mini bowls. These are super versatile bowls. You can use them for salt and pepper, for olives/olive stones, for tea lights, to put your teabag in or anything else you like. Or why not combine them with larger bowls or mugs? They come in shiny blue-green or ivory glaze. The diameter is approximately 6cm/ 2 in but as my products are completely handmade, no two pieces are identical. There will be variations in colour and shape. Each piece is made individually by me, in my London studio. Each is hand-thrown and glazed with traditional, oxide-based glazes which are strictly lead-free.

I love making these little bowls. I started making them as ‘teabag bowls’ as I am always a bit annoyed when I drink herbal teas and don’t know what to do with the bag. But I soon realised that they are so versatile: salt and pepper, tealights, jewellery… you name it.

Stoneware ceramics and glossy glaze

Material

Glazes, Ceramic

Size Guide

Shipping from : United Kingdom (UK)

Within United Kingdom (UK) Free
Outside United Kingdom (UK) £0.00

Shipping Policy

Orders are shipped directly by our designer makers with free standard UK Shipping on most items. Made to Order and Private Commission work will vary. Designer makers will confirm receipt of your order and will notify you when they despatch your product(s). Read our full shipping policy.

Return Policy

We understand that you may wish to return an item and seek a refund. If this is the case you need to contact the designer maker directly in writing no longer than 30 days after the date on which you received the item. For more information read our full returns policy.

Also by Isabella Lepri Ceramics

Isabella Lepri Ceramics

Ceramist

I trained in Anthropology at the London School of Economics and for my PhD I spent 18 months researching village life in the Bolivian Amazon. I have always enjoyed making things and when I encountered ceramics in 2007 it was love at first touch. I took classes with Matt Sherratt at London's City Lit, with North London potter Ricky Grimes and Linda Bloomfield at Morley College. I set up my home studio in 2013. I live and work in North London, with my husband, 3 children and a cat.

My work is inspired by the tradition of British Studio Pottery. In my choice of forms and textures I strive for simplicity and spontaneity and allow the work to develop organically.

Each piece is hand thrown and glazed with traditional, lead-free glazes; each is unique and functional.

View designers page View designers page

You might also like

THE LATEST STORIES.

Straight to your inbox.