Jeremy Steward

porcelain creamer

£34.00 PRODUCT CODE:JS254Y243

This porcelain jug is wheel-thrown and altered. Its lively form is enhanced through the use of textured stamps and impressions. Jeremy uses ash glaze with salt or soda vapour and fires in a wood kiln which creates depth and complexity to the surface.

Signed:

Signed

Height:

7.5 cm

Width:

7.5 cm

Depth:

6.5 cm

Materials:

Porcelain

Firing Technique:

Wood, Salt Glaze, Soda Fired

Technique:

Thrown

In Stock

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About this maker

Jeremy trained in Falmouth, Cornwall and then in Cardiff before being invited to join Wobage Workshop in rural Herefordshire in 1995. From here, he makes wheel-thrown, wood-fired salt-glazed stoneware and porcelain. He and his wife Petra, also a potter and printmaker, live on the edge of the Forest of Dean. They were invited to join the Wobage studios as part-time apprentices to Mick and Sheila Casson, a role they maintained until Mick’s death in 2003.