Monday, 25 March 2013

even if its wrong it can be right

Making the colours for ceramics is a skilled and complex process involving some trial an error. Whenever a product is sampled some of the early ones are wrong, but in a good way. Our china is made in Stoke on Trent by Edwards and Lockett, and their David let me have some samples to take back to London with me.

These three cups and saucers look excellent in front of this plate by painter Stewart Helm, flanked by a voodoo doll with our Billy's face on it and a Sudanese Dinka pipe.  

I tell thee, I should have been one of them there stylists.

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