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Pitted Form

Wendy Lawrence

This piece showcases Wendy’s fascination with erosion and its impact on geological formations. Hand building techniques are combined with carving to exaggerate the natural forms, creating a piece that is at once contemporary and ancient, using the natural texture of clay to connect the living with the past.

The works are high fired and are suitable for any interior or exterior spaces. 

Carved Disc - Ammonite

Wendy Lawrence

A detailed study in clay, inspired by the heavy millstones crafted from ancient stone and etched by the milling of grain.


Made by using a range of hand building techniques, the clay is carved to create copper ribbons of clay from one focal point. Multiple layers of glaze are then added to amplify its authentic stone character. 


The works are high fired and are suitable for any interior or exterior spaces.

Carved Copper Form

Wendy Lawrence

The stone is infused with copper during the firing process to enhance the natural colours and textures of rock found on the coastline of North Wales. The abstract form captures the ‘movement’ of rock and seaweed seen through the surface water of a rock pool, referencing the texture, colour and form of coral. 

The Chloe Sweater

Suzanna James
From £450.00

A beautiful and ‘must have’ Suzanna James jumper designed to complement the qualities of this unique, traceable, organic Welsh Shetland wool sourced from Carmarthenshire.


A signature design from her ‘Adre’ collection, every Chloe jumper is knitted to order, taking up to three weeks to accommodate bespoke sizing and sleeve length, neckline and cable detail. 


Shown here in a natural ‘ecru’, other bespoke colours are available from the range of natural plant dyes Suzanna sources from Carmarthenshire. 


A traditional, yet timeless design, the Chloe jumper  embodies the values of slow, ethical and sustainable fashion at the heart of Suzanna James’ design and practice.

Running Hare

Martin Duffy

This dramatic sculpture showcases Martin’s ability to create  a sense of movement and story - where has the hare come from, from whom is it running: what is it chasing, while capturing the strength and power of the hare in full flight at any given moment.