Large hand thrown stoneware platter made by master potter David Frith is decorated with tenmoku glaze and nuka pours.
David's work explores the thrown form - searching for that essence - a quality that survives time and where the traditional and contemporary meet. Pieces are individual, often on a large scale and include platters, bottles, ginger jars, store jars, pressed and extruded dishes. He likes flat surfaces which enhance innovative decorative techniques. He uses celadons, ashes and iron rich glazes combined with wax motifs, heavy overglazes and trailed pigments with the added gift of wood firing.
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