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An oval pie dish by potter Douglas Fitch, which is made from a traditional mould by renowned studio potter Michael Cardew. With a warm, earthy appeal, the dish can be used for decorative as well as functional purposes.
One of the oldest and perhaps most vibrant of the English folk pottery traditions, slipware pottery is created with slip - liquid clays of contrasting colours which are poured, trailed and brushed onto the pieces to create patterns and imagery.
Douglas Fitch is a slipware potter based in Scotland. Douglas draws great inspiration from the tradition of ‘English Country Pottery’ that provided basic, utilitarian wares to rural communities up until the beginning of the twentieth century. Originally based in Devon, Douglas Fitch’s clay is a blend of earthenwares from his birthplace, dug from rich seams that have been exploited by potters for centuries. His dishes and jugs are all one-off pieces, richly detailed as well as functional.