Upcycled vintage crockery from Melody Rose at Not On The High Street.
Plenty of fab ceramic design at the Renegade Craft Fair last weekend. Here’s my favourites.
Melanie Roseveare – aka Melody Rose – prints new designs onto upcycled bone china crockery. Her work reminds me of plates reconstructed by Carrie Reichardt as art pieces, ed but has a slightly more commercial edge. Her range comes in three collections: Urban Nature, cost Modern Surrealism and Rock ‘n’ Roll.
Zosienka & Rosie had produced some beautiful ceramic heart necklaces.
It was nice to see that since the Bust Craftacular last Christmas the range of plates by James Ward (working under the name by JimBobArt) has expanded to include lots of new designs and other ceramic goods.
Take a look at my other Renegade Craft Fair blog posts.
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