Brookwood Road

Designer: Brookwood Road

  • Dublin

Brookwood Pottery is an Irish design shop and pottery studio in Dublin. Its owner, Elaine Fallon, produces limited edition batches of hand painted ceramics which she sells in her shop alongside work by leading Irish designers.

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About Brookwood Road

Brookwood Pottery was set up in 2012 by Elaine, a ceramicist who trained with the Design and Crafts Council of Ireland in Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny.

Elaine produces small batches of handthrown work including bowls, mugs and other tableware onto which she paints and draws her original designs.

After a successful crowd funding campaign in the summer of 2017 Elaine created an open access pottery studio and design shop. She now welcomes pottery enthusiasts to join the studio where she sells her full range of ceramics and an eclectic mix of her favourite Irish makers.

Products

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This French Hen jug features a playful polka dot hen pattern. The jug is perfect for a kitchen table or sideboard.

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This handthrown stoneware vase features an original print of a feather I found in St Anne's Park while out walking. St. Anne's park is a haven on the Northside of Dublin, nestled between Raheny, Clontarf and the sea.

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€ 55

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Cylindrical hand thrown stoneware Tree vase with handpainted blue/ black repeating pattern.

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Ringsend I and II are handthrown bud vases inspired by the iconic Poolbeg chimneys on Dublin's coastline.

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€ 22

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Handthrown stoneware porcelain, 12 x 8 cms approx.

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Hand thrown oval vase with rich oatmeal glaze and unique print of a found feather from St Anne's park, Dublin.

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A fun patternn features a cute polka dot hen with a red feathered plume.

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€ 45

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Abstract from Brookwood Pottery celebrates pure colour and form. A palette of strong blues, forest green and deep reds are combined in geometric shapes to create a retro feel.

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Discover more about Brookwood Road

I use stoneware and porcelain clay to make wheel thrown work. I use a range of techniques to produce my recognisable Brookwood Pottery patterns including hand painting, decals, drawing and sgraffitto techniques. My tableware is fired to 1260 degrees celsius and each batch takes between 2 and 3 weeks to produce. All of my work is dish washer proof and microwavable.