Salad Servers

Joe Hartley
Salad Servers in Mustard and Mayonnaise by ceramicist Joe Hartley. This piece pays homage to the cabbage motifs commonly used in Victorian Majolica.
Salad Servers in Mustard and Mayonnaise by ceramicist Joe Hartley are inspired by nature. Joe’s servers not only capture the life of the cabbage leaf, but reference the unique aesthetic associated with Victorian Majolica pottery, which would often feature cabbage motifs.
Material: White and buff clay.
Dimensions: Length 23cm, Width 6cm.
Care Instructions: Wash with warm water. Not dishwasher safe. Do not freeze.
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Each server is made in two concise moves, the pull of the handle and the roll of the cabbage leaf head, the ensuing imprint provides the texture required to grip salad.
Salad Servers
The Maker Joe Hartley Ceramicist - North West England

Working from his Manchester studio, Joe Hartley makes ceramic objects and homewares that communicate ideas about the way we interact with objects and space. Inspired by quotidian tasks, his objects have a precise function and considered design. Central to Joe’s practice is his potter’s wheel, which he uses to create clean, minimal ceramic pieces, often including secondary materials, such as cork, wood and textiles. In 2014, Joe was shortlisted for the prestigious Perrier-Jouet Art Salon Prize.