Making Ceramics Differently since 2010 Discover Now Shipping PerksSpend over £100 for free UK shipping Money Back GuaranteeIf you don’t like it just send it back and I will refund you Customer ServicePlease be patient this is a one man show Innovative CeramicsMade from found materials Lidded Rocks View all Functional ceramics View all Vessels View all Bud Vases View all Wonky Pots View all Framed Tiles View all Why buy Experimental Ceramics? Each Piece is UniqueDue to variety in material and the experimental firing technique no two pieces can ever be alike. Low environmental impactI run a small studio by myself out of a tiny workshop. Everything is recycled, so if it isn’t fired it just gets reclaimed. If it is fired we make our own grog. High Quality CeramicsMost clays are mixed specially here on premisses to ensure the colours and textures we are looking for. UK & Global ShippingAll our packages are sent tracked through Royal Mail Features Products Some of the amazing objects found in my shop: Preston Harbour Dipping Pots £5.00 Add to cart Loading Done Complete set of Preston Prints £20.00 Add to cart Loading Done Framed Tiles “Reflections of Ghosts” £180.00 Add to cart Loading Done Framed Tile “Ripples vs Alien World” £200.00 Add to cart Loading Done Hammered Cups £15.00 Add to cart Loading Done Squiggle Sipping Cup £10.00 Add to cart Loading Done Skull Sipping Cup £10.00 Add to cart Loading Done Framed Tile “80s Action Hero” £100.00 Add to cart Loading Done View All Products Sign Up to the Mailing List Follow Our Instagram Follow along the process on @redfoxpottery instagram account Instagram The kiln is loaded with shells inbetween the layers so then the pottery doesn’t stick to each other in the firing.Seaweed and mare’s tail are local to where I live and are very high in silica which means they leave deposits of their own form on the pieces, I don’t tend to just bung it all on top it is more carefully places.The mares tail is so high in silica some of it remains throughout the firing, but it easily washes away when I clean up the pottery after the firingthe sagger is a really inefficient way of firing pottery, you can’t really fit much in.Pots are so much better in use and I love dandelions they are so bright and cheerfu; and I let them grow in my garden, so I picked one and thought it would look good against the terracotta plant pots in the garden.Inspired by the apprentice I took this shot, looking at it now, I wish the yellow was a lemon or an orange.