Agateware Trinket Bowl


These bowls are made using a unique process of mixing coloured stains with stoneware clay. This style of ceramics is called agateware, derived from the agate stone, which when sliced shows multicoloured layers. The process of mixing colourants into clay is very difficult and requires a lot of time and experience.

These bowls are made up of two different colours of stoneware clay and white clay. The clay is thrown on the potter’s wheel to produce unique pieces with unrepeatable patterns.

The bowls are glazed with a transparent glaze and fired to 1220°C to produce a glossy surface that is waterproof and food-safe.

Dimensions (approx.)

  • (H) 5.5 x ⌀ 9 cm

Disclaimer: As this product is handcrafted, items may vary slightly in size and shape – all of which adds to its originality and charm!

Care Instructions

  • Dishwasher friendly but hand washing is advised. There is a greater risk of ceramics being chipped or cracked in dishwashers due to items clanking together during the cycle. Chemicals in dishwashers can also be very harsh and may scratch the glazes over time. Handwashing is always kinder to hand made ceramics.

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CY Ceramics

Welcome to CY Ceramics – a small home studio based in Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire. Most pieces are made with stoneware clay on a potter’s wheel, hand glazed and fired up to 1220°C. All items in this webshop are made, from a lump of clay to finished piece, by me, Charlotte Yip. The whole making process can take anywhere from 2 to 6 weeks to complete. Follow me on social media (@cy.ceramics) for store updates and recent makes or get in touch via email for commissions.

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