Grand Designs Magazine

painted Dragonfly Tiles and striped Bowls in James Strangeways Grand Designs home on Romney Marsh

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our hand-painted Dragonfly Tiles and striped bowls featured in Grand Designs Magazine as part of a wonderful feature on James Strangeways’ unique waterside house on Romney Marsh

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Grand Designs & Channel 4

Grand Designs Tiles Handpainted Dragonflies By Rye PotteryChannel 4’s Grand Designs 

 

Rye Pottery & our Dragonfly Tiles were featured on an episode of Grand Designs on September 16th. It was a Godsmark Architects build for James Strangeways next to a Romney Marsh Canal. Our hand-glazed & hand-painted Tiles were used as a stylish backdrop for a woodburner in the living room. And yes, our Cottage Stripes Stripe Bowls were in the kitchen too.

Our thanks to Director Ned Williams & the team for beautiful sequences showing our techniques and talented paintress Julie Catt. And thanks also to Kevin McCloud Esq not least for describing our tiles as “charming”.

You can catch-up and watch Grand Designs Series 15 – Episode 2 on All4 by clicking here

Grand Designs Rye Pottery hand-painted tiles - Dragonflies

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Rye Pottery, Paddy O’Connell & the Beeb

Paddy O'Connell Interviews Josh Cole at Rye Pottery

BBC South East Today & Paddy O’Connell – 29 August 2015

Josh Cole was interviewed as part of a special series fronted Radio 4’s Paddy O’Connell for BBC South East Today. Our section was a pre-filmed part of a whole programme dedicated to Rye and the town’s wonderful Jazz Festival.

Jane Davies and Rebecca Rhodes from our painting team were also featured painting our Chaucer Figures and Cottage Stripes.

 

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World of Interiors & our Mid-Century Modern v11 Vase

World of Interiors - Top of the Pots - Mid Century Modern - Ceramics - Rye Pottery April 2015 sm1
 

 

 

 

 

World of Interiors – April 2015 – The Mid-Century Modern v11 Vase by Rye Pottery.

Please click the image above to find out more.

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Our latest 1066 figure – Bishop Odo

Rye Pottery - Hand made hand painted 1066 Bayeux Tapestry Inspired Series - Bishop Odo - Earl of Kent Bishop of Bayeux2 Featured picNew for 2015 is Bishop Odo – the latest addition to our 1066 Battle of Hastings Bayeux inspired range.

William the Conqueror’s Half brother and the former, some say tyrannical, Earl of Kent, Bishop Odo was also Bishop of Bayeux.

He’s a key figure in the 1066 story.

In production terms Odo is one of the most complex and intricate pieces we’ve ever made, with almost 20 hand-made stages involved to bring him to life. Odo is also the first figure in this range commissioned by siblings Josh & Tabby Cole – the third generation of the Cole family to run the company.

Do click the photograph to see him in more detail.

 

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Liniere (リンネル) magazine

Liniere リンネル February 2015 - Visit London and Rye - SmJapanese women’s magazine Liniere リンネル has published an article suggesting readers consider a trip to Rye when visiting London. Thanks to Sayaka Hirakawa and Atsuko Chiba for including us.

Click here to read the Liniere article, in addition to great suggestions for places to visit in Rye, there’s also a great feature on places to visit in London

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