Calton Hill overlooks the Port of Leith and at one time the observatory on its summit played a crucial role setting the clocks of the ships importing and exporting goods to and from the docks. Alluding to Scotland's role in global colonialism, Fair Play is a set of six elegant jars labelled with key historic Scottish trades.
Materials: Bone china, enamel, cork
17 x 9 cm
Made in Stoke-on-Trent and Portugal
Commisioned by Panel exclusively for Collective Matter
Katy West lives and works in Glasgow. Her purposeful ceramic homewares cleverly balances an economy of design with a desire to draw meaningful narratives from a range of objects, furniture, lighting and tableware. Within each piece, a connection between architectural ornament and utilitarian purpose is legible. Whether a glazed earthenware pendant light or a porcelain jar, the formal language of our vernacular built environment is carefully translated into decidedly functional pieces.
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