At this time of year, the glow of candlelight is a lovely thing. I have a set of delicate porcelain tea light holders lined up on our mantelpiece and I love the ritual of lighting them on a dark winter’s night. Each light is pierced with a tiny pinprick design, the patterns of light that scatter across the room have the quality of fairy lights and fireflies. The random mixture of her designs also appeals. The tea light holders are individually hand made by ceramicist and fellow studio holder Anna Perring of Luna Lighting. Each one bears the maker’s mark,…
Internationally renowned fine jeweller Ruth Tomlinson works just along the corridor from us at Cockpit Arts. We love looking at her beautiful collections. The rough cut pieces and settings are more organic than conventional jewellery, creating a sense of history and buried treasure. There is a lot to covet.
Katharine Morling is an award-winning ceramic artist. We asked her about her inspiration, life and ceramics.
We wanted to introduce you to our Cockpit Arts neighbours and co-collaborators Carréducker (Deborah & James).
When they’re not at the bench making beautiful bespoke shoes, they can be found designing and prototyping ready to wear shoes and boots.