Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew : Handmade at Kew

Over 150 extraordinary designer-makers will showcase work across all disciplines including ceramics.

Handmade at Kew takes place amongst Decimus Burton's glasshouses, a feat of Victorian engineering and British craftsmanship. Your ticket will not only give you access to the event but also to the whole of Kew Gardens, allowing you to soak up the delights of the world's most famous botanic garden with its fine glasshouses and rare blooms, while browsing, buying or commissioning work directly from internationally renowned craftspeople and artisans.

Ceramics and pottery are in vogue and this selling event clearly illustrates why. From cutting edge tableware to textural art objects, the diversity of this popular medium is showcased by leading ceramicists from the UK and beyond. Perfectly in keeping with Kew, Lisa Ellul creates exceptional sculptural vessels and forms inspired by nature. Tiffany Scull reflects her passion for of Art Nouveau and the natural world in her elegant and richly-coloured ceramics. For functional objects, look no further than Mia Sarosi's stunning porcelain tableware, hand painted with wildlife and botanic designs, and Eva Radulova's fragile porcelain and bone china vessels in pure white.

Also excellent work in the fields of Glass, Fashion and Textiles, Jewellery and Metal, Furniture and Wood will be on show and available to purchase.

Makers at this event include (Members in Bold)