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Poetic Pottery from John Julian Design in the UK

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Poetic Pottery from John Julian Design in the UK

January 6, 2015

Spotted recently at the The New Craftsmen in London (site of our first UK Remodelista Holiday Market): classically elegant ceramics from Julian Sainsbury, the Wiltshire-based sculptor and designer behind John Julian Design.

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Above: The matte Porcelain Fruit Stand is £295 ($448.39) from The New Craftsmen.

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Above: The limited edition Ship Bowl is a collaboration between artist Laura Carlin and John Julian Design; £27 ($41) from The New Craftsmen.

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Above: A set of three Porcelain Mixing Bowls is $240 CAD ($203.74 USD) from Herriott Grace in Toronto. 

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Above: The white unglazed porcelain Large Spear Mortar & Pestle is $220 CAD ($186.76 USD) from Herriott Grace.

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Above: The white unglazed porcelain Medium Ball Mortar & Pestle is $180 CAD ($152.80 USD) from Herriott Grace.

We’re in the midst of a ceramics renaissance. Take a look at more of our Handmade Tableware discoveries:

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