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Rose makes whimsical slab built ceramics, which are hand painted and embellished with gold. 


Making her ceramics through a slab building technique enables Rose to create unusual and organic shapes with clay. Rose believes that functional items can also be beautiful, she intends for her ceramics to be used everyday and not just to be decorative. Her creations are also inspired by the love of hosting and cooking, wanting to create ceramics which bring character to serving food and spending time with friends and family.

Rose graduated at University of the Arts London, in Surface Design in 2015. After her degree she moved back home to Bristol, setting up her own ceramic studio called Wood Studio after meeting a retired potter who wanted to sell their equipment. Over the years it's been a ceramic studio to many other ceramic friends, but it is currently being used as Roses own studio.


Rose welcome visitors to the studio, so if you're curious to see what is going on behind the big wooden doors, get in touch. You can purchase ceramics directly from the studio with a 10% discount.


Rose also holds pottery workshops at Wood Studio.


Find my work at:

Fig - Gloucester Road, Bristol
Good Store Studio - Old Market, Bristol
Blaze - Colston yard, Bristol
Rossiter & Sons - Clevedon

Rumana Swinton Design - Isle of Man

Markets I appear at:

Frome Independent

Tobacco Factory Market

Bath artisan Market

DIY Independent Ceramics Market

(Many of these have been postponed this year)

Video of some of the making processes in the studio. Video by Sam Jones


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I offer a bespoke ceramics service, giving you the option to personalise my ceramics. 

Embossed into the clay with 22 karat gold, you can choose to have your own message written on any of my products. Ideal for weddings, milestone birthdays, anniversaries.. 

Please bare in mind that the lead time is 3 weeks so make sure you give plenty of time.

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Kintsugi -  The beauty of imperfect repair


Kintsugi is an old Japanese art fixing broken pottery with gold.

According to legend, the craft commenced when Japanese shogun Ashikaga Yoshimasa sent some of his cracked pottery back to China to undergo repairs. When it returned, Yoshimasa was displeased to find that it had been mended with unsightly metal staples. The craftsmen then had to think of a new aesthetically pleasing method of repair, and Kintsugi was born.

I offer a Kintsugi service where I can repair ceramics through Kintsugi. Please send me a picture of your broken ceramics and I will get back to you on whether I can fix it and I will quote you a price.

Gift wrap


Hand painted wrapping paper made with 100% recycled brown 90 gsm paper and acrylic paint. Each design is different, but similar to the one shown.

Perfect if you are unable to see someone for their special occasion, you can send it to their address and I will gift wrap it for them with a note. I will always make sure the price has been taken off too :)