British Ceramics

Top 25 British Ceramics brands

We bring you our top 25 British Ceramicists and Potters.

With the help of our friends on Instagram, we bring you our list of 25 of the best British ceramics brands. Ceramics can really add individuality and art to your home and this list gives you a vast range of products from tableware, serveware, vases and sculptures all made in Britain.

Burleigh Pottery

Burleigh British Pottery

Burleigh Pottery

Home of handmade English earthenware since 1851. They are the only pottery in the world to still use copper plate transferring.

Denby

Denby Pottery

Denby Pottery

Combining heritage and high quality since 1809, Denby offer beautiful tableware, cookware and serveware.

Camila Prada

CamiBami

CamiBami

Adorable ceramics all made in the U.K. These have gone straight on to all of our wish-list!

Elizabeth Renton

Elizabeth Renton

Elizabeth Renton

Elizabeth is a London based Ceramicist making wheel thrown contemporary tableware.

Emma Bridgewater

Emma Bridgewater

Emma Bridgewater

Colourful pottery made in a Victorian factory in the heart of Stoke on Trent.

Emma Lacey 

Emma Lacey Everyday

Emma Lacey Everyday

Emma works mainly from her studio in North London but also designs and modes some work to be produced in small factories in Stoke on Trent.

Grey Suit Clay

Grey Suit Clay

Grey Suit Clay

A Sheffield based artist and designer working to create unique and completely hand crafted homewares. Using stoneware clays and a combination of stains and glazes, each piece is wheel-thrown.

Isabellla Lepri Ceramics

Isabella Lepri

Isabella Lepri

Born and raised in Milan, Isabella moved to London in the early nineties. She set up her home studio in 2013 and in 2017 she moved into Petr Weigl Studios in Wood Green, North London.

Jono Smart

Jono Smart

Jono Smart

Potter offering bottles, bowls, carafes, jugs, cups and vases.

Katharina Klug Ceramics

Klug cermaics

Klug cermaics

Katharina grew up in her mother’s pottery and trained professionally at college in Austria and Germany for 6 years. She set up business in Cambridge in 2011 and has been given the silver award 2013 by Craft and Design magazine in the ceramic category. She has become a selected member of the Craft Potters Association.

Linda Bloomfield

Linda the Potter

Linda the Potter

Linda Bloomfield is a London based potter making porcelain tableware and writing books on glazes.

Lisa Katzenstein

Lisa Katzenstein

Lisa Katzenstein

All if Lisa’s pieces are  hand painted in tin-glazed earthenware, each as unique as the plants they depict.

Karou Parry at Luna & Curious

Luna and Curious

Luna and curious

Karou Parry’s pinch pots are handmade in London and can be purchased at Luna & Curious.

Mizuyo Yamashita

Misuyoyamashiti

Misuyoyamashiti

Mizuyo Yamashita is a Japanese ceramicist based in London, inspired by the archeological artefact, everyday product, the form in the nature as well as the materials and the processes in ceramics.

Pip Wilcox Ceramics

Pip Wilcox

Pip Wilcox

Pip Wilcox Ceramics is based in Hastings, England. She is the designer-maker and each piece from this ever-changing collection of decorative and functional ceramics is made by her; by hand and on the potter’s wheel.

Pippi & Me Pots

Pippi and me Pots

Pippi and me Pots

Functional and affordable ceramics, beautiful handmade pieces to be used as well as admired. Made in Devon, England.

Planet Ceramics

Planet Ceramics

Planet Ceramics

Planet Ceramics offer two ranges, one made in Tobago and one made in London, this gorgeous bowl is of course from the made in London collection.

Poole Pottery

Poole Pottery

Poole Pottery

Each piece of Poole Pottery is as unique and individual as the next, with layer upon layer of reactive glaze to create Poole’s vibrant and bold decoration.

Eradu Ceramics

Eradu Ceramics

Eradu Ceramics

Eva Radulova is a London based designer-maker working in the field of ceramic design. ERADU Ceramics is Eva Radulova’s trademark.  Eva is completing her MA in Stoke-on-Trent, the heart of the UK Ceramic industry.

Reptile Tiles

Reptile Tiles

Reptile Tiles

Reptile design and produce highly original hand painted tiles and ceramics full of colour, pattern and humour, from their purpose built studio in West Wales, on the border of Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire. As an office of cat and dog lovers we are totally in love with these!

Royal Stafford

Royal Stafford Carly Dodsley

Royal Stafford Carly Dodsley

Royal Stafford is based in the Royal Overhouse Manufactory, one of the oldest pottery factories in Burslem, the Mother Town of the Potteries in Stoke-on-Trent. The Royal Stafford brand was established in 1845 and is recognised around the world as providing high quality, beautiful tableware.

Sophie Alice Wiltshire

Sophie Alice Wiltshire

Sophie Alice Wiltshire

Sophie is a Ceramicist and Printmaker in London and Wiltshire. This sculpture of Jeanne Baret shows off her amazing talent, but she also makes lots of fabulous items for your home including her gorgeously cute cat planters!

Sue Pryke

Sue Pryke

Sue Pryke

Sue started her journey into ceramics at a small pottery in Lincolnshire. To bring her range together she has collaborated with small factories and studios in England working with traditional craftsmanship, materials and techniques to make high quality products made by hand.

Yuta Segawa 

Yuta Segawa

Yuta Segawa

Yuta Segawa is a Japanese ceramic artist, living and working in London. Take a look at the gorgeous range of products to buy as well as the exhibition and installation work.

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3 Responses

  1. Miss Jan Manderson says:

    I live in North London (N19). I wish to buy a ceramic shelf for my bathroom (corner above cystern).
    Pref white or off-white/vanilla/very pale grey with rounded outer edge right side.
    Ideal (and max) size: depth 6″ or 7″ x 20″.

    Have tried so many shops/stores, nothing like what i want available. A man in one shop said he knew exactly what i meant, they used to sell them, were lovely ceramic shelves made in Britain but can’t get them any more; also people just buy the foreign made cheap stuff nowadays.
    My point exactly!
    I do not and will not.
    Hopefully one of your ceramics companies can help me or advice where i might buy my shelf please.
    Thank you.

  2. Sue Smith says:

    Nice to see Poole Pottery Production pieces in there. Such a pity that their hand thrown and unique pieces are in serious danger of being lost, just because they are losing their building.
    https://www.change.org/p/mohan-iyengar-keep-poole-pottery-studio-in-poole?source_location=minibar

  3. a person in one shop said he knew exactly what I meant, they used to promote them, had been adorable ceramic shelves made in Britain but can’t get them anymore

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