Forget-Me-Not Serving Platter

Minnie-Mae Studio

£129.50 Delivery included

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    • Order placed
    • 23rd April
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    • 26th April
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    • Standard delivery
    • 30th April - 2nd May

Credentials

  • Made in UK
  • Handmade
Description

Ceramic hand-painted forget-me-not serving platter, from our English garden collection.

The forget-me-not design is a favourite. I have wonderful nostalgic memories of being bedazzled by them as a child due to their miniature scale, a flower straight out of fairy land. That gorgeous and bright light blue contrasting with the bright yellow fornice centre.

Need to know

Can be used as decorative pieces or for food.

Approx 27cm x 21cm

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Standard delivery: included
Receive it by 30th April - 2nd May

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Minnie-Mae Studio

Kent

I am based in the Kent seaside town of Margate, creating and producing ceramics, printed textiles and interior decoration.

British seaside landscapes, the history of London, Greek mythology, Italian kitsch decoration, East end markets and British vegetable growing culture inspire and inform my imagery and exploration of design, resulting in a healthy obsession with columns, peas and seashells. My hand-crafted ceramics are objects of empowerment, designed to evoke nostalgia and strength, whilst focusing on classical design.

After the birth of our son Vincent, I decided to revisit my love of design and began to attend the drop-in classes at Clayspace. I found my calling and instantly began to spend all my waking hours there. I’ve not stopped since and most of my time is usually spent creating handmade ceramic pieces from inspiration and explorations.