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Owen Wall: London’s Ceramicist to the Culinary Stars

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Owen Wall: London’s Ceramicist to the Culinary Stars

Julie Carlson September 29, 2015

East London–based Owen Wall, an honors ceramics graduate of the University of Wales Institute Cardiff, got his start producing tableware for Michelin-starred Shoreditch restaurant the Clove Club. He’s gone on to work with Lyle’s, Bao, and other favorite dining spots (and he’s poised to make a splash across the pond; recently, the Future Perfect in NYC picked up his line). 

Above: Ceramic plates for Elliot’s Cafe. “I’m inspired by the modern crafted looks of Japan, Sweden, and Denmark,” Wall told the Financial Times

Above: Stacking plates for the Clove Club.

Above: James Lowe, chef and co-owner of Lyle’s, told the FT: “The plates Owen has made for us are plain but interesting upon closer inspection. Which is similar to our food. It looks simple, but if you delve a little deeper, you’ll find there’s a lot to it.”

Above: The Future Perfect in NYC has recently started carrying Wall’s Greenware Line. The Shallow Bowl is $56 and the Green Plate is $64. The Koya Pouring Bowl is $51 and the Moon Plate is $68. 

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