Established more than 20 years ago, Sue Ure Ceramics is known for the bold colours and fine lines of its hand-thrown porcelain and stoneware, as well as for creating customised collections for Tate, the Royal Academy, Royal Maritime Museum, Greenwich and the William Morris Gallery.
Sue Ure Maison, our companion homewares brand, is registered in the UK and focuses on producing larger scaled collections of slip-cast tableware, table linen and place-mats – all designed by Sue. Her latest tableware range, Ambit – produced with our socially responsible Sri Lankan manufacturing partner – is a case in point.
In addition to custom projects, both brands offer an extensive product choice in our regular catalogues, showcasing Sue’s modernist tableware and vases inspired by mid-century themes and the bold colours of the 60s and 70s as well as Sue’s home in France.
We relish the challenge of new projects, as well as building on long-term relationships which includes working with Tate Enterprises on several major exhibition projects.
To receive our trade catalogues or discuss a project, contact Sue at:
firstname.lastname@example.org | +336 5246 7201