Slip Dot Tyg by Fitch and McAndrew is based on early Staffordshire ceramic pieces that originate from the 16th Century. These multi-handled pots are thought to have been used as shared drinking vessels for celebrations and gatherings of people. Crafted from ‘Etruria Marl’ red clay from Staffordshire and British ball clay, these pieces have black dots slip trailed onto a poured white slip background, finished in either a yellow or a honey glaze.
Material: Red clay, white slip, glaze.
Dimensions: Height: 10cm, Width: 18cm, Depth: 14cm
Care Instructions: Gently wash in warm, soapy water.