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Scarlett River, aka Dirty Lola, emblazons portraits of rock stars on vintage plates.
These porcelain-inlay fossil platters are inspired by the shorelines of Southern California.
These ceramics from Portland are frigging nice and we want them, ideally immediately.
We had a little chinwag with Melbourne-based ceramist Bec Smith about how she makes her sweet porcelain wares.
These cheeky (and very nicely made) ceramics from France are a bit splendid to look at.
This Brisbane-based lass makes sweet ceramic ornaments ideal for popping on your person.
Sipping chai from this hand-crafted spotty mug is a rather appealing prospect indeed.
Good fellows of Melbourne: there’s a rather wonderful mini-market happening tomorrow in a Brunswick maker’s backyard.
Toronto gals Jen Collins and Shayna Stevenson have joined forces to make some especially sweet things from clay.
When Il Sung Na isn’t fossking through flea markets, he’s making ceramic critters – like this here pooch lamp.
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