Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Wemyss Ware Pottery

I am totally in love with the pattern on this pottery. The nature graphics in the black and white are just perfect.

The Wemyss Ware® studio provides our customers with traditional and highly collectable Scottish pottery. Our range consists of beautifully hand painted cats, pigs, dogs, rabbits, decorative tableware, tiles and giftware. The Wemyss Ware® studio is owned and operated by Griselda Hill.

Everything is hand made and hand painted at our Fife premises using traditional techniques to produce items that are sure to become Scottish ceramic collectables.

For nearly twenty five years we have been located in the beautiful village of Ceres in Fife, once described as ‘the most attractive village in both Fife and Scotland’. Finding us is easy. Just come to Ceres, look for the Parish Church which dominates the village skyline from all possible directions, and we are adjacent to it on Kirk Brae. The Pottery occupies the beautiful eighteenth century stone buildings that were once the stables and out-buildings to the original church manse.

Flatware shaped like twigs, perfect for any occasion.

The addition of the twig serving pieces.

This beautiful twig chandelier is the icing on the cake.

Designer, Gwen Carlton for DESIGNLUSH creates this wonderful twig chandelier - made of Auto Enameled Metal Armature. Shown here at 32″ Diameter x 23″H Many options available: Size / Color / Gilt / Custom / Sconce Available. Made to order. PRICE: Starting at $4,395. Designlush

I would love to put together a beautiful tablescape with all of these pieces.


Kathy's Red Door Welcome said...

This is some fantastic pottery. Wish I could take a trip to Scotland just to see it. Thanks for sharing!

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Kathleen, these are WONDERFUL! Oh, be still my beating magpie heart!!! I'm in twig rapture! I have a little table that would love these SO much!


Sheila :-)

Shelia said...

OOH, I love the pottery! Lovely black and white. Now I might get a little scared of sitting under that chandy! It looks like it just might drop a branch on my tiny head!
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Melissa Miller said...

It is gorgeous! Love it! :)

marty39 said...

The potter is just stunning. I love it. Wish I could go to Scotland to see. Hugs, Marty


Oh my! This is just beautiful. I have not seen this until today. Thank you for sharing.