There is a quirkiness in these tray's drawings, making them feel wonderfully personal.
Through the mark making in the estuarine design, we feel a connection with the maker, and in these trays particularly, the way that the lines only partly cover the surface invites us into the design process.
The style of decoration on these ceramics is refreshing, with an almost doodle-like quality. They are intricate but unfussy and would suit most interior styles. We also love his marbled patterned tray that almost looks like delicate grey smoke has beautifully descended across it.
These lovely, shallow, monochrome trays are really useful pieces particularly in the kitchen or bedroom. The smaller size is perfect for keeping precious jewellery together on a dressing table or bedside table. The trays would also be just at home in the kitchen or hallway, keeping together keys, spectacles or the ‘lost and found’ miscellanea of everyday life.