Tony Laverick Fellow CPA

Tony Laverick - Domed Pot
Tony Laverick - Extra Large Pot
Tony Laverick - Tall Pot (large)
Tony Laverick - Tapered Domed Pot
Tony Laverick is one of the UK's most celebrated contemporary ceramicists. He has gained wide recognition for his striking black porcelain pots which are decorated with layers of coloured glazes, incorporating metallics and intricate textures. This gives his work a luxurious look and feel.

Each piece conveys different qualities and characteristics depending on the angle of viewing. Many appear to have a 'bold' and a 'quiet' side, generating a perpetual enjoyment of discovery when pots are rotated or re-positioned.

Tony is a professional member of the Craft Potters Association and enjoyed a major solo show of his work at the Contemporary Ceramics Centre, London, in 2014. He has been a professional ceramicist for more than 25 years, having studied and worked in the ceramics industry in Stoke on Trent. During that time he was also a designer for Coalport China, then part of the Wedgwood Group. His work is influenced not only by his broad background in ceramics but also by artists such as Kandinsky, Mondrian and Brancusi.

Tony has exhibited widely throughout the UK, Europe and Japan and his work is in many international museum collections, including:

The Ashmolean Museum
City of Stoke on Trent Museum
Gmunden Museum, Austria
Museum Internationale della Ceramica, Faenza, Italy
Maison de la Ceramique, Samedet, France
Adolph Egner Private Collection
Deutches Keramikmuseum Dusseldorf