Just a quick reminder that I only have a few calendars left in stock! They’re now 50% off! 🎉
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Sometimes the littlest things can make the biggest impact, so here’s a snap of some of the miniatures in our stoneware collection.
We have pinch dishes and bowls, sake cups, mini sauce jugs, tiny tart moulds and loaf pans, miniature vases and teeny weeny spoons and food picks!
These may all be small in size but can be extremely useful around the kitchen and make wonderful props for all you photographers and stylists out there.
Enjoy the rest of your weekends all!
Vessels on black, all thrown with iron rich stoneware clay bodies and reduction fired, turning them from powdery glazes that are mostly pinks, reds and whites, to stone-like greens, greys and blues.
Through this process of firing they revert back to stone, undoing millions of years worth of erosion and weathering of feldspathic rocks until it resembles the soft, malleable material used to make pottery with.
Although all of that said above isn’t that romantic when the clay you use is wrapped up in a wire tied bag from a manufacturer who creates clay bodies from materials that come from all over the planet. I was always amazed when I watched the famous films of the last country potter Isaac Button, who not only could throw a tons worth of clay a day, but he’d dig it up and process it all himself, (I can’t recommend the videos enough—they’re very easily found online). It’s rare that potters these days are involved with every single step, from digging the clay, preparing it, throwing it, firing it and finally selling it, especially nowadays. I certainly don’t fall into that rare category of potters who work in this manner but I have the utmost respect for those who do. And while I may never be a potter who heads out to shovel up their own clay, I love the idea of incorporating locally sourced materials, creating my own slips to brush over pots or to find granites to do my own calcination with, crush it down and mix it into clays and so on—there’s an awful lot and so much I’d like to experiment with. Most potters seem to experiment their whole lives with materials, chasing ideas, encountering probably more failures than successes.
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The Lana (wool) chair explores the use of Momostenango Wool in a new context, Momostenango wool is a special rough Wool from the Guatemalan Highlands, typically used for rugs and tapestries, we aimed to create a chair that elevates the material as the main element of the object, with curved concentric lines and that allows the wool flow naturaly. #agnesstudio .co #handcrafted
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This poster is about the feeling of frustration when people are at each other’s throats. You just want to tell them to be quiet; their anger affects you and you grow more tired, and in trying to be the mediator of this argument, you place yourself at its centre. All of a sudden, the only thing you want is to leave.
A beautiful panoramic view of the skyline amongst the hills.
Imagine enjoying dinner every day from this view.
We come across this image while online.
A crafted project from many years ago
A tailor made oak table setting for the industry.
A Tuscan parquetry extension table with ladder back chairs.
Love seeing images, insitu after many many years.
Like being reunited with long lost friends.
Remember when we had so much enjoyment when we were young.