• Citrus squeezer

    Citrus Squeezer


    Handmade, thrown on the pottery wheel in a white stoneware glaze. They are roughly 13cm in diameter, 18cm Handle to lip and 6cm tall. Measurements are approximate due to its handmade nature.

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  • Grater dish 2



    Hand thrown on my pottery wheel. These graters can be used for Garlic, Chocolate, Parmesan, Nutmeg and Ginger. A great gift for any foodie friend. Approximate size 11cm diameter 3.5cm tall.

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  • Salt pig blue

    Salt Pig


    Pot bellied salt pigs thrown on the pottery wheel made from stoneware clay. Big enough to reach in for a pinch of salt but also comes with a wooden scoop. Approximately 11cm tall with a 6.5cm opening.

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“Clay is used to make vases, but it is the emptiness they contain that makes them useful.” Laozi

Jo Edwards Ceramics

My love of ceramics started at 16 when I had an after school job hand painting Fine Bone China. Since then I have always had craft paints and some blank china at home.

My main job has been working with horses but I had a part time job at an interior designer's studio. There I learnt more painting skills and how to guild furniture.

After having my second child working with horses full time was impossible so I started a Paint Your Own pottery business. Teacup Designs still offers Local paint a pot parties and DIY kits to paint at home.

Anyway this meant I had a kiln! I have always wanted to learn to throw pottery on a wheel but for some reason to took a while to get round to it. But thank goodness I did because I am hooked.

I now have a studio at the bottom of my garden and there isn’t a day that I don’t go in there and I’m joined by my faithful Jack Russell’s Manuel and Hiccup.

Jo spinning pottery
Jo Spinning Pottery