Selected Works

  • Adam Buick, Moon Jar, 2016, porcelain with white chun glaze, Collection of Adam Buick, Pembrokeshire, Wales, photograph by Jon Stokes

    Adam Buick, Moon Jar, 2016, porcelain with white chun glaze, Collection of Adam Buick, Pembrokeshire, Wales, photograph by Jon Stokes
  • Akiko Hirai, Moon Jar, 2016, stoneware, porcelain slip, paper fiber, wood ash, and white glaze, Collection of Akiko Hirai, London, photograph by Jon Stokes

    Akiko Hirai, Moon Jar, 2016, stoneware, porcelain slip, paper fiber, wood ash, and white glaze, Collection of Akiko Hirai, London, photograph by Jon Stokes
  • Carol McNicoll, Unravelling Vase, ca. 1980, slip cast earthenware, colored slips and underglaze color, and clear glaze, Collection of Carol McNicoll, London, photograph by Jon Stokes

    Carol McNicoll, Unravelling Vase, ca. 1980, slip cast earthenware, colored slips and underglaze color, and clear glaze, Collection of Carol McNicoll, London, photograph by Jon Stokes
  • Bernard Leach, Charger, Tree of Life, 1923–25, earthenware, brown slip, and a galena glaze, The John Driscoll Collection, New York, photograph by Joshua Nefsky

    Bernard Leach, Charger, Tree of Life, 1923–25, earthenware, brown slip, and a galena glaze, The John Driscoll Collection, New York, photograph by Joshua Nefsky
  • Lawson Oyekan, Coming up for Air, 2001, hand-built and incised earthenware mixed with cotton fiber, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, © Victoria and Albert Museum, London 2017

    Lawson Oyekan, Coming up for Air, 2001, hand-built and incised earthenware mixed with cotton fiber, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, © Victoria and Albert Museum, London 2017
  • Clare Twomey, Made in China (detail of 2017 installation at the Center), 2010, seventy-nine porcelain vases with gilt decals and one porcelain vase with gold decal, Collection of the artist, Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, Middlesbrough, photograph by Richard Caspole

    Clare Twomey, Made in China (detail of 2017 installation at the Center), 2010, seventy-nine porcelain vases with gilt decals and one porcelain vase with gold decal, Collection of the artist, Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, Middlesbrough, photograph by Richard Caspole
  • Gordon Baldwin, Venus Love Trap Vessel II, 2003–04, stoneware with yellow pigment, hand-built, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, © Victoria and Albert Museum, London 2017

    Gordon Baldwin, Venus Love Trap Vessel II, 2003–04, stoneware with yellow pigment, hand-built, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, © Victoria and Albert Museum, London 2017
  • Edmund de Waal, a place made fast, 2014, 160 porcelain vessels with gilding in a wood, aluminum, and glass cabinet, Gagosian Gallery, Los Angeles, courtesy of the artist and Gagosian Gallery, Los Angeles

    Edmund de Waal, a place made fast, 2014, 160 porcelain vessels with gilding in a wood, aluminum, and glass cabinet, Gagosian Gallery, Los Angeles, courtesy of the artist and Gagosian Gallery, Los Angeles
  • Designed by Keith Murray for Josiah Wedgwood and Sons, Coffee Set, ca. 1935, earthenware, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, © Victoria and Albert Museum, London 2017

    Designed by Keith Murray for Josiah Wedgwood and Sons, Coffee Set, ca. 1935, earthenware, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, © Victoria and Albert Museum, London 2017
  • Artist unknown, Vase, 960–1280, Song dynasty, China, buff stoneware, incised floral designs painted in dark brown on a white cutaway ground, The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, Bequest of Sir Gervase Beckett, © The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge

    Artist unknown, Vase, 960–1280, Song dynasty, China, buff stoneware, incised floral designs painted in dark brown on a white cutaway ground, The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, Bequest of Sir Gervase Beckett, © The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge
  • Felicity Aylieff, Chasing Red, 2006, glazed porcelain, painted in cobalt blue and iron oxide under the glaze and in enamel over the glaze, Chatsworth House, Derbyshire, photograph by Heini Schneebeli

    Felicity Aylieff, Chasing Red, 2006, glazed porcelain, painted in cobalt blue and iron oxide under the glaze and in enamel over the glaze, Chatsworth House, Derbyshire, photograph by Heini Schneebeli
  • Ruth Duckworth, Untitled, 2000, stoneware, Collection of Theodora Burger Oberlander, Coconut Grove, Miami

    Ruth Duckworth, Untitled, 2000, stoneware, Collection of Theodora Burger Oberlander, Coconut Grove, Miami
  • Lucie Rie, Bottle with Flaring Lip, 1970s, mixed stoneware and porcelain with glaze, Crafts Study Centre, Farnham, © Crafts Study Centre, Farnham 2017

    Lucie Rie, Bottle with Flaring Lip, 1970s, mixed stoneware and porcelain with glaze, Crafts Study Centre, Farnham, © Crafts Study Centre, Farnham 2017
  • Magdalene Odundo, Untitled, 1995, hand-built, terra sigillata, polished and carbonized terracotta clay, Gift of Jane and Gerald Katcher, Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, courtesy of the artist and Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven

    Magdalene Odundo, Untitled, 1995, hand-built, terra sigillata, polished and carbonized terracotta clay, Gift of Jane and Gerald Katcher, Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, courtesy of the artist and Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven
  • Jennifer Lee, Pale, fractured speckled spiral and traces, 2008, hand-built stoneware, Collection of Jennifer Lee, London, photograph by Jon Stokes

    Jennifer Lee, Pale, fractured speckled spiral and traces, 2008, hand-built stoneware, Collection of Jennifer Lee, London, photograph by Jon Stokes
  • Katharine Pleydell-Bouverie in her studio at Kilmington, Wiltshire, ca. 1982, photograph by Ben Boswell

    Katharine Pleydell-Bouverie in her studio at Kilmington, Wiltshire, ca. 1982, photograph by Ben Boswell
  • Nicholas Rena, A Romantic Impulse, 2012–15, hand-built, painted, and polished ceramic, Collection of Nicholas Kessler, photograph by Phil Sayer

    Nicholas Rena, A Romantic Impulse, 2012–15, hand-built, painted, and polished ceramic, Collection of Nicholas Kessler, photograph by Phil Sayer
  • Elizabeth Fritsch, Quantum Pocket II, 1992, decorated stoneware, The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, given by the Friends of The Fitzwilliam Museum with a grant from Eastern Arts Association

    Elizabeth Fritsch, Quantum Pocket II, 1992, decorated stoneware, The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, given by the Friends of The Fitzwilliam Museum with a grant from Eastern Arts Association