Stout White Bottle

Daniel Reynolds
Stout White Bottle by Daniel Reynolds is part of a handmade ceramics range inspired by ancient methods. Daniel's large handbuilt pots operate as striking focal points, helping to define larger spaces, highlight architectural details, and complement natural lighting in reception halls and other open environments. Referencing British Studio Pottery, this decorative piece is built from white stoneware clay and constructed using time-honored pottery techniques.
Material: White Stoneware Clay
cm: Width 35cm, Height 54cm
inches: Width 13.8in, Height 21.3in
Care Instructions: Dust or wipe with a damp, soft cloth


Each pot is constructed via the coiling method, a time-honoured pottery technique. Clay is rolled into long strands, then laid one coil on top of the other. This process enables the construction of taller, stronger walls, resulting in large scale works. The dolomite glaze is based on a David Leach recipe, paying homage to the work of Bernard Leach's elder son, and to the legacy of The Leach Pottery, based in Cornwall.
The Maker Daniel Reynolds Ceramicist - London

Daniel Reynolds is a sculptor and ceramicist, creating abstract mobiles, lighting, and large ceramic vessels. His work reflects the salient movements of the twentieth century, paying homage to British artists such as Victor Pasmore, Patrick Heron and William Scott. In contrast, his ceramic technique draws a direct line to the ancients, resulting in ample forms, enhanced through the use of simple colours and patterning. Daniel's work has recently been exhibited at the Museum of Arts and Design, New York.