Tenmoku Teapot

Adam Ross
Tenmoku Teapot by ceramicist Adam Ross is a functional piece crafted from Adam's signature blend of stoneware clay. It has been wheel thrown then sliced and segmented to produce a unique jagged surface.

This dynamic piece reflects Adam's innovative approach to ceramics; developing new techniques to produce unique, functional pieces which stand the test of time. This piece was thrown on the wheel using stoneware clay, then finished using traditional Japanese Tenmoku glaze.
Material: Black stoneware clay with a Tenmoku glaze
cm: Width 14cm, Depth 20cm, Height 26cm
inches: Width 5.5in, Depth 7.9in, Height 10.2in
Care Instructions: Dishwasher safe, hand washing recommended.


This piece has been thrown on the wheel. Before removing from the wheel, each teapot is wired horizontally and bellied out, causing the sections to twist and portray a sense of movement.
The Maker Adam Ross Ceramicist - South East England

Adam Ross is a ceramicist using pottery as a means of sculptural exploration. Driven to create pieces with their own personality, Adam has developed innovative techniques to produce his tableware and artworks, from slicing pieces with wire to unexpected glaze applications. Having trained in ceramics from an early age, Adam went on to study ceramics at the Glasgow School of Art. He currently runs his own practice, and is also studio manager at the Kiln Rooms, London – an open access pottery studio.