Fine design: CRAFT at Top Drawer this autumn

It’s almost time for the latest CRAFT at Top Drawer, London. Ahead of the event, below we spotlight the work of four special ceramic exhibitors

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Luna Lighting
Need a little sparkle in your life? Designer-maker Anna Perring has been developing her collection of delicate porcelain pieces since 2001, today working from her studio at Cockpit Arts, London. Made in ivory porcelain, her ever-expanding range of pierced and patterned decorative ceramics are designed to add a ‘magical and intimate atmosphere’ to any room.

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StolenForm - Tin Can Mugs - Stand CR706

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StolenForm
If you’re interested in upcycling, StolenForm’s ceramic accessories and gifts may well be for you. This brand specialises in recasting industrialised objects, transforming them into striking functional ceramic pieces. Led by designer-maker Christian Marsden, StolenForm is a body of work that draws on aspects of our urban environment, taking a fresh look.

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MAKE International
The top design brand presents work by world-renowned designers including potter and judge of the BBC’s The Great Pottery Throw Down, Keith Brymer Jones. Look out for new ‘word range’ products from Keith for autumn/winter 2016 – including an LGBT bucket mug, espresso cup and eggcup gift set.

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Sue Pryke
Based in Leicestershire, Sue Pryke describes herself as a tableware designer, making robust pieces ranging from teapots and vases to teaspoons and strainers. She has exhibited at top ceramics shows including Ceramic Art London and collaborated with brands including IKEA and Next. Sue’s on-trend pieces, with their pared-down style and palette, are highly collectable. 

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Explore CRAFT within Top Drawer later this month (11–13 Sept) at London’s Olympia, and discover who else is exhibiting at topdrawer.co.uk/craft

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