Rebecca Killen
Rebecca Killen

Designer: Rebecca Killen

  • Co. Down

Rebecca Killen creates unique ceramic products for the home inspired by traditional blue and white pottery, nostalgic forms and the picturesque coast of Ireland.

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About Rebecca Killen

Rebecca, a graduate of Belfast School of Art, has been working with clay for over ten years and now designs and creates a range of bone china bottles, dishes and vessels all from her studio based at a picturesque horse riding centre located in rural County Down. Her studio is also home to regular group and individual workshops where she shares her passion for ceramics, teaching a variety of making and surface pattern application techniques.

Products

by Rebecca Killen

Slip cast bone china milk bottle with hand painted cobalt stripes and finished with hints of gold lustre on the rim. Glazed on both the inside and out this bottle can hold liquids, a posy of flowers or is perfect as a unique decorative piece for the home.

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by Rebecca Killen

Medium Blue Vessel, Bay Collection Slip cast bone china vase with painterly cobalt and pink brush strokes and finished with hints of gold lustre. Functional vase for holding a posy of flowers or a decorative piece for the home. The Bay Collection is directly inspired by the ever changing splendour of Dundrum Bay where Rebecca's home is situated. 'Each morning I am greeted and blessed with the most wonderful views which spread across the bay, leading to the majestic Mountains of Mourne'. The winter morning skies streaked with pink and gold are a beautiful contrast to the stunning shades of summer blues that encompass the bay throughout the warmer months. Each piece in the Bay Collection is completely unique with marbled bone china, painterly brush strokes and hints of gold lustre and is finished with the makers stamp on the bottom and comes with its own recycled card gift box.

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€ 21.5

by Rebecca Killen

Slip cast bone china trinket dish with painterly cobalt brush strokes and finished with hints of gold lustre. This dish could be used for holding jewellery and precious bits and pieces. Glazed on both the inside and out this dish is also food safe or is perfect as a unique decorative piece for the home.

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by Rebecca Killen

Slip cast bone china vase with painterly cobalt brush strokes and finished with hints of gold lustre. Functional vase for holding a posy of flowers or a decorative piece for the home. The Bay Collection is directly inspired by the ever changing splendour of Dundrum Bay where Rebecca's home is situated. 'Each morning I am greeted and blessed with the most wonderful views which spread across the bay, leading to the majestic Mountains of Mourne'. The winter morning skies streaked with pink and gold are a beautiful contrast to the stunning shades of summer blues that encompass the bay throughout the warmer months. Each piece in the Bay Collection is completely unique with marbled bone china, painterly brush strokes and hints of gold lustre and is finished with the makers stamp on the bottom and comes with its own recycled card gift box.

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€ 21.5

by Rebecca Killen

Bone china trinket dish with hand painted cobalt birds, cobalt stripes and finished with hints of gold lustre on the rim. This dish could be used for holding jewellery and precious bits and pieces. Glazed on both the inside and out this dish is also food safe or is perfect as a unique decorative piece for the home.

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by Rebecca Killen

Bone china milk pourer and sugar vessel complete on a slate tray. Pieces have been decorated with a hand painted heart design and finished with hints of gold lustre. A beautiful set for the contemporary or traditional home.

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€ 21.5

by Rebecca Killen

Slip cast bone china trinket dish with painterly cobalt and pink brush strokes, finished with hints of gold lustre. This dish could be used for holding jewellery and precious bits and pieces. Glazed on both the inside and out this dish is also food safe or is perfect as a unique decorative piece for the home.

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Discover more about Rebecca Killen

Rebecca uses the slip casting technique to create her current Cobalt and Bay Collections. Each piece is individually cast using fine bone china, the striking surface pattern is achieved with coloured slips, hand painted designs and finished with hints of gold lustre.