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Soup and snowdrops!

Soup and snowdrops!

Homes & Gardens - 1st February

Steffie Shields suggests seeking sensational swathes of snowdrops at Easton Walled Gardens.

Studio pottery

Studio pottery

Homes & Gardens - 1st April

The early twentieth century saw a revival in the making of handmade and hand decorated ceramics. Perhaps the most famous potter during this period was Bernard Leach (1887-1979) who started his studio in St Ives in 1920 with his friend and fellow potter, Shoji Hamada (1894-1978).

Berried treasure

Berried treasure

Homes & Gardens - 1st November

Steffie Shields focuses on decorative autumn fruits.

Chinese chemistry

Chinese chemistry

Homes & Gardens - 1st January

The importance of Chinese porcelain is hard to overstate. Admired and imitated for more than 1,000 years, it has influenced virtually every ceramic tradition in the world, and it has played a crucial role in cross-cultural exchanges.

Sense of place

Sense of place

Homes & Gardens - 1st November

Steffie Shields highlights Stoke Rochford, a gem amongst local landscapes

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