A year ago the Hotel de France came me to me for new, custom-made tableware. This is a restaurant (and hotel) with history. Famous for it’s grand chef André Daguin, the brothers Casassus have taken up the baton of a great tradition of excellent cuisine founded on the precepts of quality ingredients that are locally [...]
In January we’ve been to the Top Drawer show in London and despite Brexit uncertainties, we’ve launched lots of new designs and met some really interesting new clients and lovely fellow exhibitors. About Top Drawer For us, January is the trade fair month – though December is also largely monopolised by finalising the planning of the stand [...]
Sue Ure Ceramics will be launching Spiral, a new range of studio tableware, in January at Top Drawer 2020. A bold cream line swirls across matt black porcelain contrasting with a glossy interior glaze. The collection is designed in three subtle pastel shades; pollen yellow, chun green and dusty pink. The range includes plates, [...]
Sue Ure Ceramics will be at Top Drawer, London Olympia from 12-14 January, stand C11 in Home. We will be show-casing our new collection Spiral as well as new homeware designs in textiles and melamine.
We’re delighted to announce that you can now find our pieces in Penzance, at No56 Makers, in Hebden Bridge at Wood & Wire and and in Hitchin at Fly9. Closer to our home we’re very pleased to be working with Tarbe’s own concept store l’Etal de l’Hexagone. Please see our stockists listing for full addresses.
Sue Ure has been working with interior designers for bespoke projects. If you require more information, or have a design request, please contact Sue using the contact form on the contact page or by clicking - HERE
We're proud to have been given "Highly Commended" in the recent Gift of the Year Awards, for our Orbit Centrepiece table mat in the kitchen and dining category, read more - here
We are thrilled to announce that Sue Ure Ceramics will now available at Feather Edge. You can find both Sue Ure Ceramics and Maison ranges at www.featheredge.com Feather Edge takes its name from the elegant feather-like pattern devised by 18th century silversmiths to edge the handles of fine cutlery. The care these craftsmen took to create unique [...]