Sarah P Taylor Ceramic Arts

“Handmade unique ceramics”

All items by Sarah P Taylor Ceramic Arts

  • Squirrel counting his acorns

    Squirrel counting his acorns

    Sarah P Taylor Ceramic Arts

    £75.00 1 in stock

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  • Ceramic chocolate brown rabbit

    Ceramic chocolate brown rab...

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    £38.00 1 in stock

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  • Ceramic raptor dinosaur head

    Ceramic raptor dinosaur head

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    £38.00 1 in stock

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  • Stoneware sitting rabbit

    Stoneware sitting rabbit

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    £28.00 1 in stock

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  • Small raptor dinosaur head

    Small raptor dinosaur head

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    £26.00 1 in stock

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  • Earthstar toadstool

    Earthstar toadstool

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    £22.00 1 in stock

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  • 9 Holes Stratagy Game

    9 Holes Stratagy Game

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    £14.00 1 in stock

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  • Pair of creature claws

    Pair of creature claws

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    £80.00 1 in stock

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About Sarah P Taylor Ceramic Arts

Sarah P Taylor Ceramic Arts

Unusual ceramics for home and garden

My clay journey started in a most unexpected place, a local history talk. A local history group had invited a potter in to talk about the history of the pottery. At the end of his talk he offered the opportunity to visit his studio and have a go on the wheel, stating he could get us all throwing in one session. Being a very craft based person this was a chance that I could not forgo. The group of us all had a brilliant day leaving with three or four pots decorated and waiting for firing. I can remember my delight when the fired pots arrived at the class a few weeks later. I was well and truly hooked. However it was about three years later when I approached my local pottery at Kirton to see if there were any spaces in their lessons. I started attending regular classes in the early part of 2013 and have never looked back.

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