NZ Ceramics

New Zealand Ceramics

Brian Gartside

Brian Gartside

Brian Gartside creates rich, colourful bowls using a carefully selected set of glazes. “Brian Gartside has been established on the NZ art scene for 40 years, firstly as a Teachers College Lecturer In Art and Ceramics and later as a successful and respected potter and clay artist. He has work in most of the Art museum ...
Elise Bishop

Elise Bishop

Elise Bishop creates unique hand-crafted pieces for the table. Incorporated into each piece are materials collected from her local environment on Great Barrier Island.
Amanda Shanley

Amanda Shanley

Vases and bowls and beautiful cups – pure white clay with dashes of colour, some with scribbles, others with words or fine lines – austere simplicity, naive but clever.
Steve Fullmer

Steve Fullmer

Strong earthenware with a rustic weathered appearance – plates, cups, jugs and bowls, with dark and imaginative figures, faces, fish, dogs, whales and abstract patterns – the skill of a lifetime working with clay.
Renee Boyd

Renee Boyd

Renee Boyd
Paul Melser

Paul Melser

Traditional press-moulded and hand-thrown stoneware in classic glazes – dinner sets, teapots, jugs and platters – some of it wood-fired.
Murray Topham

Murray Topham

Murray Topham
Louis Kittleson

Louis Kittleson

Louis Kittleson
Katherine Smyth

Katherine Smyth

Bowls, platters, mugs and jugs – colourful terracotta and stoneware for every day. Wellington’s best-loved ceramist.
Jill Bagnall

Jill Bagnall

Considered and carefully-crafted porcelain and stoneware – strong shapes and classic glazes combine to produce cups, beakers and bowls with a modernist twist.
Duncan Shearer

Duncan Shearer

Soda-glazed stoneware combining inventive design and technical skill. Superb hand-made teapots, beakers, jugs and bakers.
Device Ceramics

Device Ceramics

Device Ceramics
Aya Sato

Aya Sato

Aya Sato
Paul Maseyk

Paul Maseyk

Intricate geometric patterns, repeating symbols – vases, jugs, bowls, beakers – terracotta with a black or white slip. Functional pieces by one of New Zealand’s high-profile artists.

We stock ceramics from the following potters and studios.

You will find work by most these artists and designers on our shelves most of the time, but we cannot guarantee that handmade items and short-run manufactured goods will be continuously available. If you see something you like, consider putting it on layby.