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Ceramicist Stedman comes recommended by Polly Dickens, creative director of Habitat. ‘I have followed his work for years and am an avid collector of his fantastically shaped and glazed pots,’ she says. ‘He is relatively up-and-coming so his pieces are still inexpensive.’
Visit this venue in London’s Marylebone for a selection of unusual, hand-painted ceramics and one-off works by a range of new and established artisans.
66 Marylebone High Street, London W1 (eclectic66.co.uk)
Volpe and Volpe
Environmental journalist Lucy Siegle recommends Trish Scorgie’s stylish crockery for ‘ceramics that offer up a social debate’. Scorgie has worked with artist Robert Dawson to develop a series of ‘Preservation Plates’ that depict endangered species in Britain. Five per cent of the profits from sales of each plate go to the John Muir Trust in Scotland.
132 Wilberforce Road, London N4 (shop.volpeandvolpe.com)
From tableware (pictured) and lighting to objets d’art, the products on offer here are pricey but exquisitely tasteful. The gallery offers a bespoke service to help you select (or even commission) the perfect display piece for your home.
12–14 Holland Street, London W8 (willer.co.uk)
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