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Loveramics - Flutter Mug
Flutter Mug £7.00
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Loveramics - Drizzler
Drizzler £16.00 £11.20
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Loveramics - Pestle & Mortar
Pestle & Mortar £20.00 £14.00
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Loveramics - Condiment Pots - Set of 2
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Loveramics - Grater
Grater £20.00 £14.00
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Loveramics - 2-Way Chopping Board - 25x24cm

Loveramics

Loveramics is a contemporary collection of beautifully designed & decorated ceramics; the name is derived simply from ‘I love ceramics.’ They believe that good design comprises aesthetic craftsmanship with colours and practical usage on catering for different cuisines as well as space saving for urban living.

Loveramics is the latest brand addition to mother company Lynn Concepts, which first began back in 1963. Over the years they have been developing products for millions, focusing on innovative ideas that keep pace with the trends of the world. Loveramics has a unique identity yet the tradition of the established mother company is carried on. The stunning ranges are created by the best designers to offer a selection of dinnerware suitable for every occasion and every taste.

Simon Stevens is the creator of Tripod & Er-go!, an award winning product designer and a driving force in ceramic design. Simon has worked with some of World’s most prestigious ceramic manufacturers and has taught and lectured on the subject throughout the UK. His dynamic creativity has resulted in his most successful designs being in the permanent collections of the Victoria & Albert Museum and the Frankfurt Museum of Applied Art.

A Curious Toile is the creation of Tracy Hollins, her unique surface design style has enjoyed great success and wide exposure from the most prestigious cruise liners, top international hotels, and 5 star restaurants. Tracy brings creativity and sensitivity to pattern design, and won an Elle Decoration award for one of her collections.

Peter Ting is the award winning designer behind the Flutter range, he has an extensive knowledge of the history of ceramics, computer techniques and both craft skills and industrial production processes. Pieces of his have been acquired by the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and the Museum of Art and Design in New York.

32 matching products, priced from £ 2.25 to £ 115.00