Wed 7th Dec, 2011
If you're planning a winter wedding and just can't find that perfect little finishing touch for your tables, then you might have just found them here.
Each unique piece is handmade by skilled artisan Carys Boyle. Carys produces a range interior accessories, jewellery and buttons using porcelain which make ideal gifts and decorations for weddings.
Her inspiration for these minimalist forms comes from the coastal environment. She is interested in how the sea affects objects found on the shore and photographs and sketches these to design her work. She is particularly drawn to the organic forms of driftwood, the smooth contours of pebbles and the patterns created by seaweed left on sand and rocks and this is evident in her work. Slip casting is used as a starting point, and then the forms are slip trailed and manipulated to create pieces that are a lot stronger than their delicate appearance.
She has a studio at her home near Chester which is ideal for a working Mum as she is always around for the children and is able to work unconventional hours.
She sells her work in galleries and boutique shops around the country and on 'Not on the High Street.com'.
The Ebury Collection wedding blog. Wedding photography copyright 2011 Alison Mclean
Carys Boyle Ceramics
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