Warming and nurturing shades like the September sun setting over fields of grain ready for Harvest. Hand thrown faceted beaker made in Wales by Tim Lake. Made from stoneware, thrown and turned on a slow turning kick wheel and fired to between 1280°C–1300°C in a gas/wood soda kiln to create markings and character unique to the way each piece reacts when fired.
- Handcrafted in Wales by Tim Lake
- Stoneware clay
- Dimensions approx 10cm Tall
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Please Note: Each cup is slightly different, some with more markings and colour, and some lighter and more subtle, making your pieces unique. Any unusual markings or imperfections are from the magic that happens when firing, simply adding to their individual beauty.
Care: Washing by hand with washing up liquid and a soft cloth recommended.
Tim Lake is a Potter based in Cilycwm, Carmarthenshire, Wales, UK. He makes pots. Pots to be used, pots to be looked at and most of all pots to be enjoyed.
A variety of different voices inform his work, 'from East to West, Korea to Marshall, Karatsu to Button. He hopes that the combination of these influences and personal endeavour lead to pieces of work that have a subtle beauty that only clay can allow to happen.'
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