Tuesday, 14 July 2009

Natalie Moore Ceramics

Last weekend I went to the New Designers Show in Islington. There were lots of inspiring young designers, full of enthusiasm about their work and hoping that someone is going to sign them up to be the next big thing. These plates by Natalie Moore were among my favourite items. I think the designer should get herself organised and set up an online shop - there would be a huge demand for her pretty lace, crochet and deconstructed plates. My Nina Invorm plate arrived last week, so my plate wall is almost ready to be hung. Natalie's plates make me think I need just one more, to make my collection seem like a carefully chosen collection of art, strategically curated, and not just a random selection of car boot sale junk.




18 comments:

Conversation Pieces said...

Oooh those lace plates are amazing!! She should definitely set up an online shop - I for one would definitely buy one (or some)! Though I'm still a big fan of the car boot sale china too ;)

Simone said...

Those are almost too lovely for words..wow..

pixelhazard said...

Oh how lovely! I couldn't possibly eat off one though, just lok at it or confuse my friends with it.

Lena said...

Amazing plates! Wish I had known about the show earlier, I would definitely have gone. Ah, well, next time... :)

Rachel said...

ohhhh, how beautiful are these pieces!!!!

Allison said...

such incredible plates! you're very lucky to have one of your own. thanks for sharing the loveliness.

blue moss said...

oh so, so pretty...love them

orange sugar home said...

I've never seen anything like those last 2 plates! brilliant. they are works of art.

Rachel said...

Yes! An online shop, please! These are so, so beautiful - I would buy in an instant.

Christina said...

Wow! These plates are exquisite. I love the lace. Even the artfully broken pieces are fantastic.

blossom said...

these are so pretty, love them xx

Denise Fasanello said...

wow those are terrific.

jessica, a miniature rhino said...

what! these are so good...

knack said...

love how they are almost broken looking and the turquoise is fantastic! xo

f2images said...

The eroded plates are STUNNING!!!!!

Polly R said...

Wow that is beautiful. THose plates are stunning. The lace ones are gorgeous.

Patchwork Harmony said...

ha! Natalie's work was one of my faves too, and I blogged about her yesterday as well! :)
Her plates are stunning. x

Jennifer Ramos said...

OH wow....that is amazing! It looks DANGEROUS though no? BTW, i love your new blog banner, very cute.

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