Edmund Davies Ceramics
With a background in architecture, the designs of Edmund Davies take inspiration from modernist forms and utilitarian shapes, whilst paying homage to the artistic values of 20th century studio pottery. Davies is based in a studio in Bow, East London, and experiments with mark-making and hand painted oxide finishes.
Simple ramen bowl hand-thrown in London by Edmund Davies and scattered with speckles, created by the iron naturally occurring in the clay melting when it is fired. Shaped to a deep, rounded silhouette that reflects the potter’s interest in clean, Modernist forms. Unglazed fingertip markings from the glazing process are evident in each final piece and each varies slightly in shape.
Hand wash. Stoneware.
Made in the United Kingdom.
Each ceramic piece has been thrown or pressed and glazed by hand. Due to the handmade nature, there may be pleasing variations and irregularities in colour, size and shape.
Approx D 17cm x 9.5cm.