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Maura Smyth Ceramics

32 Seaview, Warrenpoint, County Down, BT34 3NJ
Maura Smyth Ceramics

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Maura's studio is based in the picturesque town of Warrenpoint, County Down on the shores of Carlingford Lough. The studio was established in 1999, where Maura produces a range of contemporary ceramic pieces and commissioned works. The designs are hand-built slab work using minimal tools allowing Maura to connect with the clay. The pieces are hand decorated using stoneware glazes. The pieces draw strong influences from both the celtic and art deco periods. The collection includes, clocks, mirrors, vases, candle- holders, night holders and lamps. Price range: £12.50-£220.00.

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* Studio hours Monday-Friday daily and Saturday afternoons by appointment only

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