An open-edition collaboration between Pigeon Toe Ceramics and Illustrator Shanna Murray featuring a set of two miniature hand-thrown porcelain 'We are so good together' stacking vessels, and a super-cute 'optimist' tumbler. Both available to purchase online from Pigeon Toe.
Harriet Damave’s pretty lilttle hand formed porcelain brooch of a rabbit is decorated in the traditional Dutch Delft technique using a tiny amount of cobalt oxide as under-glaze. It is then finished with a strong transparent glaze so the natural color of the porcelain shows then fired at 2300 degrees Fahrenheit.
Keep your tea toasty with these cute ceramic 'Wildlife Goes On' lidded mugs. Wrapped with a wide band of silicone for comfortable carrying make your selection from Toby (bear), Didi (piglet) and Miyo (Reindeer) I'd like them all please!
These cute 'Drip Tease' teacups are printed on the rim with drips of 24 carat gold tea and traces of gold lipstick. Lift up the fine bone china teacup and a rim of gold teastain is revealed on the saucer. Available online from Bouf.
I can't decide if I like this or if it's just a wee bit freaky, either way it did make me smile! Perfect for serving milk and cookies, coffee and doughnuts or tea and biscuits, Face Mug is available exclusively from Uncommon Goods.
Add a touch of canine glamour to your dinner table with these brightly coloured porcelain plates from Anthropologie. Proud pooches sit centered on scallop-edged plates. Looking closely at the text the yellow plate text reads 'Lady Windermere by Lakeland', as someone who frequents the Lake District on a regular basis I find that grand title rather amusing!
If you aren't already familiar with ex Diesel Australia MD Jennifer Jones, I'd highly recommend you take a trip across to her highly inspirational web shop 'Have you met Miss Jones'. I've got my eye on a pair of these uber cool bone china high tops - how about you?