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Contemporary Ceramics | 2019 Ceramics Gift Guide

Our handpicked 2019 Ceramics Gift Guide During the nearly 60 years of Contemporary Ceramics, the gallery, in its different forms, has always championed the diversity of studio pottery.  
The advantage this gives visitors is the sheer variety of work to choose from.  Of course, at this time of the year, this can also be a little overwhelming… so to help with choosing the perfect gift, we have put together a gift guide. 
Under £50: The Morning Drink  We have selected a range of drinking vessels that will bring colour or calm to the day... In the spirit of William Morris: Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.”
We have browsed our current collection and have selected pieces that are we know are useful and would definitely argue are beautiful…

It is important to us that the handmade ceramics for sale are priced to meet most pockets, and we have narrowed down our guide to help with this.  Within each category, we hope to offer pieces to suit yo…

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