The Cats That Got the Cream
A New Range from Hannah Turner
Ceramicist Hannah Turner's new range will be catnip to fans of her warmhearted and witty animal tableware. Bringing together two of her favourite things, cats and house plants, the collection features three quirky moggies sitting pretty among fronds of monstera, palm and fiddle fig.
The hand-drawn quality of the design, with its simple shapes and black detailing, gives the collection a stylish mid-century feel which is complimented by the classic tones of mint, orange and sage. Hannah is a big fan of the Scandinavian designers from the 1960s such as Stig Lindberg, and the spontaneous and joyful decorative styles from this period have inspired her work.
Hannah Turner says: “Customers and stockists have been asking me for a while for a tableware range to compliment the Cat Salt and Peppers and Egg Cups as these have sold so well, so I am really pleased to be launching this Catlife collection this year.”
The cat range is made from durable stoneware that is dishwasher safe. Prices range from $16.99 for a trinket dish to $45.99 for a tea pot.
The collection includes salad bowl, dessert bowls, side plates, mug, dinner plates, storage jar, espresso cups, creamer jug (milk), tall pitcher jug, coasters, spoons, a butter dish pot, tea pot and sugar bowl. It will be
launched to trade at NY Now in Lifestyle, Booth 7869 in August.
About Hannah Turner:
Hannah Turner has been designing ceramics for more than 25 years, starting in 1991 with sculptural forms, moving into hand-decorated slipware, then collaborating with a pottery factory to move into full production of tableware in 2011. Her ranges are sold globally and in UK homeware stores such as Graham and Green, InSpitalfields, Rossiters of Bath, Gloucester Services, National Galleries Edinburgh, Woods in Harrogate, National Museums Liverpool and Royal Exchange Theatre Manchester, as well as many independent homeware shops and on-line.
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