Designer: Natasha Swan Ceramics
Natasha Swan Ceramics works from a home studio pottery based in Islandmagee, County Antrim. Their signature range, 'The Neutrals', is inspired by the white stone and sandy beaches of Islandmagee, creating tranquil and tactile pottery to be enjoyed daily.
About Natasha Swan Ceramics
Born and raised in the seaside village of Islandmagee, it was only natural that Natasha would return to her roots to establish her business, Natasha Swan Ceramics, in 2019. Largely inspired by her surroundings Natasha has found the beauty of County Antrim's coastal landscape the perfect source for creating tranquil and functional pottery.
Training with Belfast School of Art and The Design and Crafts Council of Irelands 'Pottery Skills Course' there was a natural progression to launching Natasha Swan Ceramics. Natasha has been fortunate to work with talented makers across Ireland, the United Kingdom and Internationally after being selected by The Michelangelo Foundation as Northern Irelands 'Young Ambassador for Craftsmanship 2018' and working alongside Invest Ireland to attend and showcase a selection of work in Lilling International Ceramic Village 2019, Hunan, China.
Discover more about Natasha Swan Ceramics
Natasha creates her signature range alongside a monthly limited edition mug that is only available online- you can follow and get involved in the creative process on instagram, @NatashaSwanCeramics.
Our signature range ‘The Neutrals’ is inspired by the white stone and sandy beaches of Islandmagee, creating tranquil and tactile pottery to be enjoyed daily.
All products are handmade using the traditional method of the potters wheel, every step of the process is thoughtfully crafted to highlight the beauty of handmade. We have invested time developing glazes that are unique to our brand alongside elegant packaging to ensure the whole product is a statement of quality. Natasha Swan Ceramics is proud to showcase pottery inspired the beauty of rural Irish landscape, bringing the joy of outdoors into contemporary homes.