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Fill your shelves with charming handcrafted wares from Daisy Cooper Ceramics Fill your shelves with charming handcrafted wares from Daisy Cooper Ceramics Fill your shelves with charming handcrafted wares from Daisy Cooper Ceramics

Fill your shelves with charming handcrafted wares from Daisy Cooper Ceramics

If there is one thing that can let down a delicious home-cooked meal, it’s serving it on sub-par plates. Why bother with the generic white plate sets when you can get your hands on some sublime ceramic tableware? Daisy Cooper is an acclaimed ceramicist that has produced some heralded collections of handcrafted wares. Daisy Cooper Ceramics are imbued with a sense of wilderness and rustic charm that makes each plate and vessel as much of a statement piece as a functional item.


Growing up in rural Scotland, Daisy Cooper was heavily inspired by the natural surrounds and rustic magic of the countryside. After moving to Melbourne, Daisy channelled those influences into a range of gorgeous handcrafted ceramics. Fashioned in her studio in Brunswick, Daisy Cooper Ceramics bare the marks of the making process, resulting in unique pieces that add a warm charm and a bucolic bent to one’s home. Daisy Cooper Ceramics are favoured by chefs and have been featured in a range of cookbooks from all over the world and it’s no wonder why – each lovingly crafted vessel and plate is made with patience and care.

Daisy fashions her ceramics using authentic hand-building methods – pinching and coiling her clay, shaping it into the interestingly shaped products available for sale. The range of wares includes a host of handy pieces such as tumblers, plates, tea bowls, salad bowls, jewellery dishes, salad servers, ring fingers and more. Of special note is Daisy’s River Collection – each piece is designed to placed side-by-side in any order to create flowing, river-like patterns. Pieces are available online through Daisy Cooper’s website and also through Lily & Fig Boutique.



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