Well, after a very busy three months of re-organising our schedule and our inventory we have finally managed to launch our Autumn 2019 Competition. Why don't you have a go at trying to win this pair of stunning porcelain bowls by Dawn Tang by simply completing a registration form on our website or by filling in an entry form at our stand at any of the markets we will be visiting between now and the 31st May.
This is the third competition we have run offering a beautiful ceramic piece to the lucky winner. We are launching this tomorrow..
Back to Basics
We have been very quiet for the last 3 months as we took some time out during the traditionally quiet time of year, to think long and hard about how best to achieve our objectives and how best to move forward from here.
We have pounded the pavements of so many markets over the past 2 years, and whilst this has provided us with an opportunity to meet so many of you, I am not entirely convinced that it has helped us to achieve what we set out to do. It has taken away our focus from our original mission - which was, and still is,..
There is something truly magical about having a piece that is not only handmade, but one-of-a-kind, in your home. Knowing that you are the only person who owns that piece and that it’s different and unique to anything else out there.
This is what attracts so many of our customers to purchase their pottery from us. We source our pottery from studio potters all over Australia who have put love and care into their work to produce not only art, but something that also serves a purpose. Whether you choose a vase, a pot, a candleholder, a jug or any of our other cookware, homeware and kitchenware..
Wow what a start to 2017. We have chosen a tricky time to start our weekly markets, Murphys law has prevailed yet again for me. It topped 39 degrees by 12 noon at Orange Grove (Lillyfield) on Saturday, when quite a number of the traders decided to call it a day we followed, very quickly, The customers had long gone, heading home to their air conditioning and pools or the beach!! hopefully we have seen the last of these extraordinarily high temperatures in Sydney for now. It's really hard to work. I feel for the potters working in their studios with their kilns go..