Tim Lake Faceted Pourer

CAD 55.00
Dolomite White
Size: One Size

Based in Carmarthenshire, Wales, potter Tim Lake creates earthy and functional ceramics for the home. Each piece is carefully thrown by Tim on a slow turning kick wheel, and then precisely cut into by hand to create faceted edges. Once glazed, the stoneware is fired over a live flame in a gas and wood kiln, giving a rustic quality to each final piece and making each unique in colour and form. Intended for milk.


Hand wash. Stoneware.
Made in the United Kingdom.
Approx. H 9.5cm x D 7cm. 150ml.
Read about Tim Lake's process in our Magazine and watch him at work in his studio on our Instagram.

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In the Studio with Potter Tim Lake

Nestled in the Upper Tywi Valley in north-east Carmarthenshire, Wales, is a little village called Cilycwm. It’s here potter Tim Lake lives with his family, working in his studio at the end of the garden. “We're in a beautiful part of the world,” he says. “A wide open valley with dramatic hills all around us. It's very rural and quite rugged in parts.” He describes it as a wilderness, and was drawn there after living by the sea for two decades, craving more space and the countryside. “I was drawn to this area and it really does feed into what I do.”

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