Rebecca Proctor is a ceramicist based in North Cornwall. Her work adopts a soft muted palette that reminds us of pale rocks found on the shoreline. The fact that she uses locally sourced clay adds to that sense of place in her pottery. Subtle facets or speckled glazing makes Rebecca's work intriguing and ever satisfying to use.
The blues and greens found in the glaze of this piece could almost reflect the crisp winter sea around the North Cornish coast. When the water goes turquoise in colour, inviting yet you know it is utterly freezing. The mute matte of the surface is broken up by subtle movement and over lapping of glaze. This Plate will sit wonderfully against a pale wooden surface, allowing the rich colour to sing.
We're mesmerised by the decorative nature of this Plate. It could be used or displayed, although we'd opt for placing it in a favourite spot to be admired.
Each of these plates have uniques patterning.
(W)21 x (H)4cm