Ed Brown


Ed Brown



Ed has created a unique range of garden ceramics for the discerning gardener. Each piece is individually glazed and kiln fired to stoneware temperature to ensure durability and resistance to frost. The blue-green glaze and salmon decorative band have subtle variations which are a natural part of the firing process. A hanging basket or cornucopia makes an ideal gift that can be enjoyed for many years.

Ed studied ceramics in Manchester and in India where he worked at the Delhi Blue Art Pottery under the direction of Gurcharan and Mansimiran Singh. He was fully involved in glaze making, kiln design and innovative firing techniques.

Ed also designs a range of porcelain and sterling silver jewellery. Each piece is individually hand painted, reflecting his enduring interest in watercolour landscape painting. His most popular range of jewellery is inspired by local landscapes, in particular the Stiperstones, the area around the Wrekin and the Estuary at Aberdovey. The designs are influenced by the great British watercolour tradition especially painters such as Turner, Cotman and Constable.

A range of patterned abstract jewellery pieces evolved from the work of Piet Mondrian and Paul Klee. Gardening is a consuming passion for many family members and also became a source of inspiration for broaches, earrings and pendants.