I fell in love with Julie Reilly’s ceramics on Instagram. Her handbuilt plates and bowls are hand printed with grasses, foliage and meadow flowers and the edges are gently ruffled like petals. They are then glazed in a cream-white with oxides which create a soft autumnal hue to highlight the fine patterns created. These medium sized serving platters are perfect for cheeses or to serve canape style snacks and have a small hole for hanging. These have been imprinted with cow parsley seedheads and meadow grasses. Each platter is unique and handcrafted from stoneware paper clay, then glazed with a satin white food-safe glaze over a manganese oxide wash and features a hole at the top for hanging on a hook.
If not currently in stock, the average make time is 3 to 4 weeks. Designs will be similar to the platters shown here but not identical. The sizes provided are for guidance, due to the making process each platter varies.
Medium (as shown in main photo): Approx L23cm x W18 cm
Small (darker cow parsley – shown in alternative shot): Approx L19cm x W14cm
Care: Hand washing recommended