David Lloyd Jones | Pair of Coffee Cups
Artist: David Lloyd-Jones
A beautiful set of celadon glazed stoneware coffee cups and saucers with impressed makers mark on base.
These have been used and do show some minor signs of being so, but are none-the-less delightful pieces and are still very useable.
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There are a futher two cups and saucers which can be purchased for an additional £20. The cups in both sets have been repaired but are still functional items.
Dimensions: Cup Diameter 7cm | Saucer Diameter 13.5cm
David Lloyd-Jones first encountered pottery in small village workshops in India while in the army in the late 1940s. He studied at Guildford School of Art under Helen Pincombe (1951-1952). He began making pots himself at the age of thirty four (1962) and built his own workshop and kiln in Fulford, York, where he worked alone, virtually teaching himself to make a full range of stoneware and porcelain.
His pots were included in the index of the Crafts Council, he was a member of the Craftsman Potters Association, where he served the post of chairman for a term, and a member of the Northern Potters Association and British Crafts Centre. There was a major retrospective exhibition of his work at Aberystwyth and York (1996). His work is represented in many public collections, both within the UK and abroad.