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London catering companyÂ â€śrhubarbâ€ťÂ has commissioned potterÂ Linda BloomfieldÂ to design and make tableware for their new cafĂ© in the Royal Albert Hall, opening in May 2013.Â The pieces will be a mixture of hand thrown and manufactured plates, bowls, cappuccino cups and saucers, teapots, mugs, milk jugs and sugar bowls. Linda Bloomfield will be throwing over 300 pieces in her studio in west London and also designing some new pieces for manufacture in the UK.
Studio potter Linda Bloomfield has designed a range of tableware to look and feel like her hand-thrown pieces. They have colour on the inside and a tactile satin matt glaze on the outside. The colours are inspired by midcentury modern design: turquoise, green and grey. The range includes mugs, bowls, plates, jugs and teapots. The mugs have hand-knitted cosies by knitwear designer Ruth Cross.
Since January 2011,Â â€śrhubarbâ€ťÂ at the Royal Albert Hall have been providing all the food and drink at one of the UKâ€™s most prestigious venues. They are planning to open the new cafĂ© in May 2013.
examples of Linda’s previous work
Exciting new ceramic bursary. Â Â Â The panel includes representatives from the Shipley, York Art Gallery, Liz Rothschild, Simon Olding and Ronald Pile.
There will be a lot of Â high quality applications for this prestigious award, so tell any ceramicists you think might qualify (Must be between 25 and 35, so I won’t be applying on behalf of Studiopottery.co.uk!!!!) and if you qualify – don’t delay.
Welcome to the show! and new work from Matthew Blakely
This was an excellent show,
It is high-fired stoneware with multiple matt glazes. Â (H41 X W40 X D28 cms)
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