Anita Harris Pottery - Antiques of the Future
When you purchase a piece of our beautiful hand painted pottery you are investing in an ANTIQUE OF THE FUTURE. Each piece of our pottery is handmade, and hand painted by our small team with a design pedigree second to none.
ANITA HARRIS was head of design at Poole Pottery for ten years, designing many successful ranges for many top stores including Harrods. After Poole she designed for Moorcroft’s Cobridge Stoneware before opening her own art pottery in 2005. The dream team was completed with the arrival of Peter Harris who studied art and design at Salisbury College Of Art and at Sarum Metalcraft. Peter was the perfect addition with his sculpture, metal work and design skills.
Not only do Anita Harris produce their own exquisite collections and much sought after one off pieces and trials, they offer a unique design service for individuals or corporate customers giving them a chance to design their own bespoke piece or range. See our gallery of past commissions. It costs as little as £30 for a small vase to start your collection of Anita Harris pottery browse our online catalogue to join our exclusive world. Start collecting now and as well as owning beautiful piece of art pottery you are also gaining an antique of the future, many ceramics experts such as Henry Sandon MBE and Eric Knowles of the BBC Antiques Roadshow state Anita Harris are the antiques of the future. The Great Pottery Throw Down is coming back on our screens and is filmed in Stoke On Trent again endorsing that Stoke On Trent is the world capital of ceramics and Anita Harris is up there with the best. Anita Harris Art Pottery have a vase at Buckingham Palace, Anita has pieces at the V&A she designs end of tour ceramic gifts for a well known tour manager and producer of many successful plays to gift to the actors and crew as the tours end, she has quite a celebrity following ! Peter Harris is following in his mother's footsteps and gaining acclaim in his own right with the BBC's Antiques roadshow expert Henry Sandon MBE stating that Peters Labyrinth design was mesmerising and worthy of being in one of our country's great museums, high praise indeed from this acclaimed ceramics expert.