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Jugs, Tea Pots, Jars or Water Pourers

Select a beautiful handmade one-off ceramic piece from our unique collection. All items are made in Australia, mostly in Melbourne by our local artists.
  • Double Dip Small Jug by Brooke Thorn
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    Brooke Thorn

    Double Dip Small Jug by Brooke Thorn

    $75.00

    Handmade small jug with an overlapping glaze to the rim. Each jug has been individually hand-dipped to create a playful, overlapping glazed surface. 

    Maker: Brooke Thorn

    Available in two colours: Seed Green and Grapefruit

    • Made from high fired, stoneware ceramics.
    • Entirely handmade in Melbourne. 
    • This product is food-safe.
    • You can use this product in the dishwasher and microwave.
    • Handle with care.

    Size: 500 mls (approx 95 mm dia x 130 mm high – allow tolerances of 5mm)

    Images show the colour and style of this item.  The exact item you receive will vary slightly in size and shape,  revealing the hand made process and making each item absolutely unique.

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  • Sugar Bowl / Jar with Lid Med by Gordon Hickmott (Brixton St Pottery)
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    Brixton Street Pottery is the ceramic studio of artist and teacher Gordon Hickmott. 

    Size:  11 cm high (inl. lid)  x 10 cm diameter (allow tolerances of 1-2 cm)

    Gordon has been making pottery since 1975 studying Ceramics under Harry Memmott at Prahran College where he graduated in 1980 and set up a small kiln in Elsternwick. At this time Gordon also worked at RMIT, within the Department of Architecture, and with the Arts Train (CAE), which toured rural communities in north-western Victoria, providing opportunities for people to engage in crafts and art.

    In the late 70s and early 80s he was involved with the ROAR Studios collective in Fitzroy. During this time he developed life-long relationships with painters and over the years has worked with many to create forms on which these artists have applied their designs. In the 1990s his work was shown in touring shows of Roar Studios, including at Shepparton Regional Gallery and Heide Gallery, and he has worked on many occasions with Mark Schaller and the late David Larwill on collaborative pieces for private commissions and exhibitions.

    Gordon is known for his large open terracotta and stoneware bowls and when not working with others he concentrates on domestic ware with particular interest in the Japanese traditions  and in developing expertise in reduction-fired glazes.

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    Ceramic Rituals

    Pourer (Medium) by Ceramic Rituals

    $69.00

    Each Pourer is hand made by Ceramic Rituals.

    Dimensions: 18 cm High x 7.5 cm Wide

    • Made from Stoneware clay suitable for domestic or commercial use
    • All items are handmade on the wheel
    • Dishwasher and food safe, wash with care.

    Based in Melbourne, Ceramic Rituals came together for a love for making. We create hand made wheel thrown pottery, designed with an earnest and focus on contemporary living and everyday items. Our aim is to contribute something unique to your space.

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  • Small Pourer (Off White Glaze) by Gordon Hickmott (Brixton St Pottery)
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    Brixton Street Pottery is the ceramic studio of artist and teacher Gordon Hickmott. 

    Size: 7 cm diameter x 16 cm high (allow tolerances of 1 cm)

    Gordon has been making pottery since 1975 studying Ceramics under Harry Memmott at Prahran College where he graduated in 1980 and set up a small kiln in Elsternwick. At this time Gordon also worked at RMIT, within the Department of Architecture, and with the Arts Train (CAE), which toured rural communities in north-western Victoria, providing opportunities for people to engage in crafts and art.

    In the late 70s and early 80s he was involved with the ROAR Studios collective in Fitzroy. During this time he developed life-long relationships with painters and over the years has worked with many to create forms on which these artists have applied their designs. In the 1990s his work was shown in touring shows of Roar Studios, including at Shepparton Regional Gallery and Heide Gallery, and he has worked on many occasions with Mark Schaller and the late David Larwill on collaborative pieces for private commissions and exhibitions.

    Gordon is known for his large open terracotta and stoneware bowls and when not working with others he concentrates on domestic ware with particular interest in the Japanese traditions  and in developing expertise in reduction-fired glazes.

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  • Canister by Gordon Hickmott (Brixton St Pottery)
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    Canister by Gordon Hickmott (Brixton St Pottery)

    $0.00 $59.00

    Size: Height - 14 cm, Width - 10 cm, Diameter (opening) 7 cm approx.

    Brixton Street Pottery is the ceramic studio of artist and teacher Gordon Hickmott. 

    Gordon has been making pottery since 1975 studying Ceramics under Harry Memmott at Prahran College where he graduated in 1980 and set up a small kiln in Elsternwick. At this time Gordon also worked at RMIT, within the Department of Architecture, and with the Arts Train (CAE), which toured rural communities in north-western Victoria, providing opportunities for people to engage in crafts and art.

    In the late 70s and early 80s he was involved with the ROAR Studios collective in Fitzroy. During this time he developed life-long relationships with painters and over the years has worked with many to create forms on which these artists have applied their designs. In the 1990s his work was shown in touring shows of Roar Studios, including at Shepparton Regional Gallery and Heide Gallery, and he has worked on many occasions with Mark Schaller and the late David Larwill on collaborative pieces for private commissions and exhibitions.

    Gordon is known for his large open terracotta and stoneware bowls and when not working with others he concentrates on domestic ware with particular interest in the Japanese traditions  and in developing expertise in reduction-fired glazes.

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  • Canister by Gordon Hickmott (Brixton St Pottery)
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    Brixton St Pottery

    Canister by Gordon Hickmott (Brixton St Pottery)

    $0.00 $59.00

    Size: Height - 13 cm or 15 cm, Width - 10 cm, Diameter (opening) 7.5 cm approx.

    Brixton Street Pottery is the ceramic studio of artist and teacher Gordon Hickmott. 

    Gordon has been making pottery since 1975 studying Ceramics under Harry Memmott at Prahran College where he graduated in 1980 and set up a small kiln in Elsternwick. At this time Gordon also worked at RMIT, within the Department of Architecture, and with the Arts Train (CAE), which toured rural communities in north-western Victoria, providing opportunities for people to engage in crafts and art.

    In the late 70s and early 80s he was involved with the ROAR Studios collective in Fitzroy. During this time he developed life-long relationships with painters and over the years has worked with many to create forms on which these artists have applied their designs. In the 1990s his work was shown in touring shows of Roar Studios, including at Shepparton Regional Gallery and Heide Gallery, and he has worked on many occasions with Mark Schaller and the late David Larwill on collaborative pieces for private commissions and exhibitions.

    Gordon is known for his large open terracotta and stoneware bowls and when not working with others he concentrates on domestic ware with particular interest in the Japanese traditions  and in developing expertise in reduction-fired glazes.

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  • Canister Pale Blue by Gordon Hickmott (Brixton St Pottery)
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    Size: Height - 21 cm, Width - 8 cm, Diameter (opening) 5.5 cm approx.Cann

    Brixton Street Pottery is the ceramic studio of artist and teacher Gordon Hickmott. 

    Gordon has been making pottery since 1975 studying Ceramics under Harry Memmott at Prahran College where he graduated in 1980 and set up a small kiln in Elsternwick. At this time Gordon also worked at RMIT, within the Department of Architecture, and with the Arts Train (CAE), which toured rural communities in north-western Victoria, providing opportunities for people to engage in crafts and art.

    In the late 70s and early 80s he was involved with the ROAR Studios collective in Fitzroy. During this time he developed life-long relationships with painters and over the years has worked with many to create forms on which these artists have applied their designs. In the 1990s his work was shown in touring shows of Roar Studios, including at Shepparton Regional Gallery and Heide Gallery, and he has worked on many occasions with Mark Schaller and the late David Larwill on collaborative pieces for private commissions and exhibitions.

    Gordon is known for his large open terracotta and stoneware bowls and when not working with others he concentrates on domestic ware with particular interest in the Japanese traditions  and in developing expertise in reduction-fired glazes.

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  • Sugar Bowl / Jar with Lid Tall by Gordon Hickmott (Brixton St Pottery)
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    Brixton Street Pottery is the ceramic studio of artist and teacher Gordon Hickmott. 

    Size:  17 cm high (inl. lid)  x 8.5 cm diameter (allow tolerances of 1 cm)

    Gordon has been making pottery since 1975 studying Ceramics under Harry Memmott at Prahran College where he graduated in 1980 and set up a small kiln in Elsternwick. At this time Gordon also worked at RMIT, within the Department of Architecture, and with the Arts Train (CAE), which toured rural communities in north-western Victoria, providing opportunities for people to engage in crafts and art.

    In the late 70s and early 80s he was involved with the ROAR Studios collective in Fitzroy. During this time he developed life-long relationships with painters and over the years has worked with many to create forms on which these artists have applied their designs. In the 1990s his work was shown in touring shows of Roar Studios, including at Shepparton Regional Gallery and Heide Gallery, and he has worked on many occasions with Mark Schaller and the late David Larwill on collaborative pieces for private commissions and exhibitions.

    Gordon is known for his large open terracotta and stoneware bowls and when not working with others he concentrates on domestic ware with particular interest in the Japanese traditions  and in developing expertise in reduction-fired glazes.

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  • Large Water Jug by Gordon Hickmott (Brixton St Pottery)
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    Brixton St Pottery

    Large Water Jug by Gordon Hickmott (Brixton St Pottery)

    $0.00 $250.00

    Brixton Street Pottery is the ceramic studio of artist and teacher Gordon Hickmott. 

    Size:  32 cm high  x 10.5 cm diameter x 22 cm width (allow tolerances of 5 cm)

    Gordon has been making pottery since 1975 studying Ceramics under Harry Memmott at Prahran College where he graduated in 1980 and set up a small kiln in Elsternwick. At this time Gordon also worked at RMIT, within the Department of Architecture, and with the Arts Train (CAE), which toured rural communities in north-western Victoria, providing opportunities for people to engage in crafts and art.

    In the late 70s and early 80s he was involved with the ROAR Studios collective in Fitzroy. During this time he developed life-long relationships with painters and over the years has worked with many to create forms on which these artists have applied their designs. In the 1990s his work was shown in touring shows of Roar Studios, including at Shepparton Regional Gallery and Heide Gallery, and he has worked on many occasions with Mark Schaller and the late David Larwill on collaborative pieces for private commissions and exhibitions.

    Gordon is known for his large open terracotta and stoneware bowls and when not working with others he concentrates on domestic ware with particular interest in the Japanese traditions  and in developing expertise in reduction-fired glazes.

    Visit product page