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Habitus loves… ceramics

Habitus loves …ceramics


Stones and bark


Designed by: Bridget Bodenham

Why we love it: Soft shapes and organic forms make these quirky handmade ceramic utensils irresistible.

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Soft shapes


Designed by: Mud Australia

Why we love it: Hand-made porcelain, with a nuanced finish, Mud plates and bowls feature heavy and delicate pieces in crayon yellow, matt black and soft pastel shades.

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Wonki ware


Designed by: Di Marshall

Why we love it: Wonki-ware strikes a balance between simple and special. All the way from sunny South Africa, this neutral range has handmade charm with polished glaze finish.

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Altered form


Designed by: Stephanie James Manttan

Why we love it: Functional and sculptural, these little porcelain objects starts as cylindrical forms that are then altered and manipulated to have their dappled texture.

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Rhythm of life


Designed by: Szilvia Gyorgy

Why we love it: Perfect for small spaces, Szilvia’s tea light holders are a soft deconstructed lamp that can be used on the dining table.

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Designed by: Kris Coad

Why we love it: Handmade from translucent porcelain. These bowls are initially thrown on the pottery wheel before being shaped into one-offs.

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Morning colours


Designed by: Beclau

Why we love it: This range of nicely-weighted breakfast ware adds a vibrant punch of colour to any kitchen. Look out for more Beclau products in issue 14 of Habitus.

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Designed by: Ingrid Tufts

Why we love it: Ingrid Tuft’s functional range of ceramic tableware, teaware and vases are all hand-made. Each piece is thrown on the wheel and then turned and finished in her cosy Victorian sutdio.

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