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  • How can I buy your work?
    My work is available to buy online through my online store, through one of my stockists or in person at markets througout the year. The best way to know about market dates, restocks or the release of new work is to follow me on social media or subscribe to my newsletter.
  • Do you deliver internationally?
    Yes I do! Please check my delivery and returns page for more information.
  • How do I care for my ceramics?
    I don't recommend putting my work in the dishwasher. Each piece is handmade so there might be some slight differences in the size, shape and colour of each, these differences make your item one of a kind. For cleaning I recommend hand washing only and jewellery can be cleaned using a polishing cloth.
  • Do you do custom orders?
    I don't do custom orders, it's just the way I prefer to work following my own inspirations.
  • Do you make plaster or silicone moulds to order?
    I don't make moulds for other people. Due to the small size of my studio and time consuming nature of mould making it's just not feasible for me to do this.
  • How do you make your glazes?
    I use a range of glazes to achieve the iridescent finishes in my work. I use in-glaze lustres, commercial lustres, metallic glazes and bought brush on glazes. ​I specialised in in-glaze lustres during my degree at Gray's School of Art. These glazes use metal oxides and are twice glaze fired. First in an electric kiln and second in a gas kiln where they are reduction fired, a process where the oxygen is removed from the kiln creating a chemical reaction in the glaze which creates the metallic, iridescent finish. This process can be unpredictable and the results can be different each time, making each piece unique. If you'd like to learn more about this process you can read the article I wrote for Ceramic Review here. ​I also like to use a cone 6 clear glaze over a stained clay or underglaze then I paint commercial lustre (bought from most pottery suppliers), like mother of pearl, over the glaze to achieve an iridescent finish.
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