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Though we grumble about it for much of the year, some precipitation during the scorching summer months is more likely to be greeted with whoops of sticky joy.
Buying pottery is pretty fancy business these days.
Clearly the good folk at Pigeon Toe ceramics are of the look-on-the-bright-side persuasion.
There it is again: that familiar feeling when we develop a heart-pumping, head over heels crush on a range of ceramics.
In Grace Kam's itty bitty land you'll find tall chimneyed houses, families of ducks paddling in circles and moggies prancing about on hot tin rooves.
There are still two months 'til it's socially acceptable to deck the halls with boughs of holly, but we've already got our yuletime wish sorted.
Is it just us, or does it seem like pottery is the new rock 'n' roll?
Lena Hanzel's collection, Room for Emptiness, is drawn by hand on vintage dishware picked up at flea markets in her hometown, Berlin.
There's no such thing as buyer's remorse when that pretty thing you splashed out on is also downright practical.
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