I’ve always been drawn to handmade ceramics. I don’t know what it is about them, maybe it’s the connections between the clay and earth that make it feel special holding a cup, knowing it was moulded and shaped by hand. I love to support the makers, their creative process and the stories they have to tell and am so happy I have this platform to do just that.



For years I’ve owned what I call a weekend cup. It has to be different to the cups I use every day, it has to feel special, just like the weekend, it has to be one that I can comfortably wrap my hand around and unwind with. With that in mind, I’m always searching for beautiful mugs to add to Ruby Roost - everyone deserves a lovely weekend cup.

 

 Lately, I’m feeling inspired by earthy, natural tones and a peaceful, quiet aesthetic. This is what drew me in when I discovered Imre Bergmann’s work on Instagram. Her collection really spoke to me and I Knew that her ceramics would be the perfect addition to the shop. I’m drawn to Imre Bergmann’s ceramics for the raw, natural and simple form her pieces take. The simple, minimalist character of her ceramics are a joy to use, they are tactile, making you slow down and pay attention to the details. There is definitely something special drinking from a vessel crafted by someone’s hands with care and dedication to the process. Their passion is infectious and so inspiring.

See more of By Imre Bergmann’s collection: click here

 

 

 

 


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