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Thomas – Potter ceramicist

Thomas, a second-generation ceramicist and has been practicing his craft for three decades, sharing his creations to people from around the world.

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Artisan – Thomas – Newgrange

Thomas has a very fine style with clean design and lines, his interpretation utilizes his skills to create a cultured yet contemporary Urn with Irish symbolism represented by the Newgrange Tri Spiral. (or triskele).

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Thomas – Potter ceramicist

Thomas lives with his family in the “Royal County” of Meath. In the heart of Irelands’ Ancient East and not far from the monuments of Brú na Bóinne including Newgrange.

Brú na Bóinne is associated with the Tuatha Dé Danaan, the People of the Goddess Danu, a race of super Irish who according to tradition ruled Ireland before the Celtic times.

Thomas has a very fine contemporary style with clean design and lines, his interpretation utilizes his skills to create a cultured yet contemporary Urn with Irish symbolism represented by the Newgrange Tri Spiral. (or triskele).

Thomas is so well respected that he was selected to represent Irelands’ Design and Crafts Council in New York in 2018.

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The Newgrange Urn is currently being developed and will launch shortly.

After working through a number of prototypes Thomas has decided on the clean design of The Newgrange Urn. A less traditional shape with more contemporary lines with a simple Tri-Spiral on the front and a single spiral on the lid. Thomas is currently working on the final glaze and all will be revealed after Christmas 2019. If you would like to ask about this Urn please contact us and we can pre-book an Urn or provide more information on color and dimensions. Thomas creates all his designs in his workshop and carries out every element of the Urn creation. Each step is crafted slowly by hand to ensure the highest quality.

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To add a level of provenance Thomas hand signs each Urn with confirmation of its Irish Origin. As a very well regarded Potter internationally Thomas rarely signs his work but he felt that as this Urn is such a personal item he must sign each one personally as a mark of respect.