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Hannah Turner

Cat Espresso Cup With Saucer

£14.00
  • Dimensions 
Cup H6 cm Saucer Ø11 cm
  • Handmade
  • Presented in a Gift Box
  • By Hannah Turner
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In stock
Only 9 left
SKU
ECCA
Estimated Delivery Date:  20/09/2021
Description
Start your day with a hit with the Cat Espresso Cup and Saucer by Hannah Turner. This Cat Espresso Cup and Saucer set is totally adorable! The perfect little cup to start your day, this Espresso cup is the perfect gift for kitty coffee lovers. It would also make a great little play tea cup for children too. Just great for the breakfast table. The Cat espresso cup and saucer is beautifully gift-boxed in a recycled card box with an illustrated sticker on top, and would make a great gift for any coffee lover. By Hannah Turner.
Product Specifications
More Information
BrandHannah Turner
DimensionCup H6 cm Saucer Ø11 cm
ColourMulti-Coloured
MaterialsHandmade from stoneware ceramic with a decal decoration.
DesignDesigned by Hannah Turner
About Brand

Hannah Turner

Hannah started her ceramics business in 1991 after a sell-out degree show at Bristol University. Her degree show was inspired by taxidermy, amongst the favourites were the little black crows she made. She took orders to make more of the designs that were sold in her show, and found a local studio and the business was born! In 1992 she was awarded a grant to buy her first kiln and continued creating sculptural creatures, mostly birds, sometimes fish or wall-mounted moose heads even.
Humour has always been evident in her work, and probably helped her ride the storm of 2 recessions. She gradually got her work on display in galleries and shops around the country and abroad, and gained some very loyal collectors along the way.
Hannah took a break in 1999 to have her children, and after a couple of years off, she found a local shared studio and started working part-time. At this point she also decided to change the way she worked, and started slip-casting, still birds! After much experimenting Hannah joined forces with a Sri Lankan manufacturer and launched her first ranges of tableware in 2011.
This side of the business really took-off, getting her designs made in for her meant Hannah could focus on development of new ideas instead of repeatedly making everything herself. She added egg cups, salt and peppers and money boxes to blend her love of sculpture with the more functional designs, all now gift-boxed they proved really popular and very quickly it has grown into the business as it stands today, with Hannah, Dave and Kate at the helm.
Hannah’s designs have sold all around the world to beautiful shops and websites like Liberty, Anthropologie (US and UK) RNLI, The Woodland Trust and Graham and Green. The company now exhibits at 4 international trade shows.
Today the business is doing what it can to reduce waste and look after our environment, all of the packaging is recycled cardboard, with no plastics involved. They are trying to be as sustainable as possible, and have joined forces with 2 conservation projects to help protect the animals that are the inspiration for the business.
The studio workshop is based in the garden of Hannah’s Bristol house, and her hardest job at present is keeping up with all of the new ideas she has!

Description
Start your day with a hit with the Cat Espresso Cup and Saucer by Hannah Turner. This Cat Espresso Cup and Saucer set is totally adorable! The perfect little cup to start your day, this Espresso cup is the perfect gift for kitty coffee lovers. It would also make a great little play tea cup for children too. Just great for the breakfast table. The Cat espresso cup and saucer is beautifully gift-boxed in a recycled card box with an illustrated sticker on top, and would make a great gift for any coffee lover. By Hannah Turner.
Product Specifications
More Information
BrandHannah Turner
DimensionCup H6 cm Saucer Ø11 cm
ColourMulti-Coloured
MaterialsHandmade from stoneware ceramic with a decal decoration.
DesignDesigned by Hannah Turner
About Brand

Hannah Turner

Hannah started her ceramics business in 1991 after a sell-out degree show at Bristol University. Her degree show was inspired by taxidermy, amongst the favourites were the little black crows she made. She took orders to make more of the designs that were sold in her show, and found a local studio and the business was born! In 1992 she was awarded a grant to buy her first kiln and continued creating sculptural creatures, mostly birds, sometimes fish or wall-mounted moose heads even.
Humour has always been evident in her work, and probably helped her ride the storm of 2 recessions. She gradually got her work on display in galleries and shops around the country and abroad, and gained some very loyal collectors along the way.
Hannah took a break in 1999 to have her children, and after a couple of years off, she found a local shared studio and started working part-time. At this point she also decided to change the way she worked, and started slip-casting, still birds! After much experimenting Hannah joined forces with a Sri Lankan manufacturer and launched her first ranges of tableware in 2011.
This side of the business really took-off, getting her designs made in for her meant Hannah could focus on development of new ideas instead of repeatedly making everything herself. She added egg cups, salt and peppers and money boxes to blend her love of sculpture with the more functional designs, all now gift-boxed they proved really popular and very quickly it has grown into the business as it stands today, with Hannah, Dave and Kate at the helm.
Hannah’s designs have sold all around the world to beautiful shops and websites like Liberty, Anthropologie (US and UK) RNLI, The Woodland Trust and Graham and Green. The company now exhibits at 4 international trade shows.
Today the business is doing what it can to reduce waste and look after our environment, all of the packaging is recycled cardboard, with no plastics involved. They are trying to be as sustainable as possible, and have joined forces with 2 conservation projects to help protect the animals that are the inspiration for the business.
The studio workshop is based in the garden of Hannah’s Bristol house, and her hardest job at present is keeping up with all of the new ideas she has!

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