Made exclusively for the National Trust, this hand thrown stoneware salt dish is inspired by Kirsty Adams' childhood trips to Nostell Priory.
Kirsty Adams is this year's winner of the National Trust Open Call in partnership with the Crafts Council.
Selected from hundreds of applicants, Kirsty is an established and skilled maker working from her studio in Newcastle.
This small salt dish with gold lustre rim measures approximately 4cm X 7cm and is just the right size for salt or pepper. Its earthy tones, hand-thrown texture and Kirsty's makers' stamp, make it a collectable to be cherished.
Measurements will vary due to the handmade nature of this product.
About the maker:
Introducing Kirsty Adams, winner of the National Trust Open Call 2017 in partnership with the Crafts Council, the national development agency for the contemporary crafts in the UK.
Newcastle based ceramicist Kirsty Adams was selected as the winner at the finals held at National Trust’s Basildon Park.
Kirsty’s exclusive range is inspired by Nostell Priory and has been developed using a special peacock green glaze with gold lustre rim, over a rich reduction stoneware clay.
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