Rhian Winslade is a potter based in Windsor. She came to ceramics via an unconventional route, after study, many years of music retail and a family. She eventually found clay and hasn’t looked back. Each of her pots are handmade from coils of gritty stoneware clay. They are made free-hand and no mould is used, so each pot has a unique shape. The pots have a very distinct contrast as the outside of the pots are left free of glaze and are textured whereas the interior is smooth and brightly glazed. They are presented in a box with a fabric coaster and vintage condiment spoon. Rhian’s quirky decorations are hand-cut from rolled porcelain, imprinted with the design, then allowed to dry naturally and fired, glazed. They are then embellished with porcelain birds, glass beads, fabric or paper with her oak leaf decorations even incorporating real acorn cups.
The pieces shown below are indicative of the ranges we stock on a regular basis . Works for sale may vary from images shown as each piece is individually handmade.