These bowls are my contemporary take on aging and patination. The enamelling process I use means each bowl is unique with a natural feel to it, this is what really appeals to me.
The contrast between the enamel and the copper makes these bowls very satisfying to handle, which is important to my work. My designs should be equally as pleasing to use, hold, and look at.
The bowls were finalists in the National Trust/Crafts Council Open Call 2017 - see here
During the enameling process the copper oxidises (blackens) and while the enamel will not change, the black will gradually lessen over time, returning to its original copper colour.
"As the owner of not one but three Seed bowls, I thoroughly recommend 👌they're more gorgeous than can justifiably be captured by camera, and they are a delight to hold" - a happy customer