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Anto makes: STONEWARE PLATES AND DISHES

Collection by Anthony O'Brien

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Large and small wood-ash glazed stoneware plates I made in recent years. Usually decorated with jun glaze over sgraffittoed slip. Or wax resist glaze over glaze

Anthony O'Brien
An anti-Ming kraak ware dinner plate, sgraffitto jun glaze. "Anti-Ming" because the traditional colours, blue on white, have been reversed. Earthenware, Stoneware, Jun, Glaze, Decorative Plates, Porcelain, Colours, Traditional, Dishes

An anti-Ming kraak ware dinner plate, sgraffitto jun glaze. "Anti-Ming" because the traditional colours, blue on white, have been reversed.

Small plate, iron decoration over tenmoku, ash glazed, kraak style. Earthenware, Stoneware, Iron Decor, Small Plates, Glaze, Ash, Porcelain, Dishes, Decoration

Small plate, iron decoration over tenmoku, ash glazed, kraak style.

My first stoneware spin on the kraak theme: Anti-Ming (colours reversed) plate. Earthenware, Stoneware, Kraken, Ceramic Artists, Spin, Decorative Plates, Porcelain, Colours, Ceramics

Ceramic Artist

Award-winning artist Anthony OBrien lives and works in Louisburgh, County Mayo, on the Atlantic Coast of Ireland. He works mainly in clay, drawing inspiration, and some of his materials, from Mayo's wild and rugged landscape. The human figure, animals, plants and landscape are recurrent themes both as the subjects of pictures and as decorative motifs on his ceramics.

Anthony O'Brien Ash Stoneware Ireland wax resist Jun over tenmoku Ceramic Decor, Ceramic Bowls, Stoneware, Ceramic Artists, Dinner Plates, Confused, Jun, Glaze, Ireland

Ceramic Artist

Award-winning artist Anthony OBrien lives and works in Louisburgh, County Mayo, on the Atlantic Coast of Ireland. He works mainly in clay, drawing inspiration, and some of his materials, from Mayo's wild and rugged landscape. The human figure, animals, plants and landscape are recurrent themes both as the subjects of pictures and as decorative motifs on his ceramics.

Large sgraffitto inscribed plate: Gilbert White, The Natural History of Selborne. Gilbert White, Natural History, Stoneware, Decorative Plates, Wax, Dishes, Tableware, How To Make, Dinnerware

Large sgraffitto inscribed plate: Gilbert White, The Natural History of Selborne.

Ferny birds, sgraffitto ash-glazed jun plate. Ceramic Artists, Jun, Stoneware, Birds, Plates, Ceramics, Dishes, Drawings, Tableware

Ceramic Artist

Award-winning artist Anthony OBrien lives and works in Louisburgh, County Mayo, on the Atlantic Coast of Ireland. He works mainly in clay, drawing inspiration, and some of his materials, from Mayo's wild and rugged landscape. The human figure, animals, plants and landscape are recurrent themes both as the subjects of pictures and as decorative motifs on his ceramics.

Ferny bird ash-glazed jun sgraffitto plate County Mayo, Ceramic Artists, Jun, Stoneware, Glaze, Ceramics, Dishes, Bird, How To Make

Ceramic Artist

Award-winning artist Anthony OBrien lives and works in Louisburgh, County Mayo, on the Atlantic Coast of Ireland. He works mainly in clay, drawing inspiration, and some of his materials, from Mayo's wild and rugged landscape. The human figure, animals, plants and landscape are recurrent themes both as the subjects of pictures and as decorative motifs on his ceramics.

Large sgraffitto jun glazed ferny plate County Mayo, Ceramic Artists, Jun, Stoneware, Glaze, Ceramics, Dishes, Tableware, How To Make

Ceramic Artist

Award-winning artist Anthony OBrien lives and works in Louisburgh, County Mayo, on the Atlantic Coast of Ireland. He works mainly in clay, drawing inspiration, and some of his materials, from Mayo's wild and rugged landscape. The human figure, animals, plants and landscape are recurrent themes both as the subjects of pictures and as decorative motifs on his ceramics.

Wax resist jun over tenmoku dinner plate County Mayo, Ceramic Artists, Dinner Plates, Jun, Stoneware, Decorative Plates, Clay, Ceramics, Dishes

Ceramic Artist

Award-winning artist Anthony OBrien lives and works in Louisburgh, County Mayo, on the Atlantic Coast of Ireland. He works mainly in clay, drawing inspiration, and some of his materials, from Mayo's wild and rugged landscape. The human figure, animals, plants and landscape are recurrent themes both as the subjects of pictures and as decorative motifs on his ceramics.