Ceramic Review is the magazine for contemporary ceramic art and craft, and is read worldwide. Combining both practical and theoretical features, while presenting the latest news and views on ceramics internationally, it is an invaluable resource for ceramic artists, potters, collectors, curators, students, and anyone with a passion for and interest in ceramics.

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Lidded jars by Stephen Parry. Photo courtesy the artist
Ode on an East Anglian urn

Ode on an East Anglian urn

Potter Stephen Parry has been making wood-fired pots for over 40 years. André Hess visits Stephen’s studio in Norfolk to learn more about his work

William Scott, Still Life with White Mug, 1957. Photo Kettle's Yard
A collector’s life and legacy

A collector’s life and legacy

As Kettle’s Yard reopens, Colin Martin explores the Cambridge home-turned-gallery of Jim and Helen Ede, which features a wide variety of ceramics

Stephen Murfitt. Photo Layton Thompson


Potter Stephen Murfitt takes us step-by-step through the processes behind his handbuilt raku-fired vessels, featuring metallic surfaces

Oxford Ceramics Fair 2015. Photo Ben Boswell
Ask the experts

Ask the experts

Ceramists Jude and John Jelfs of Oxford Ceramics Fair answer a reader’s question on how to price functional and sculptural work when first starting out as a maker

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