Susan Francesca Hunter Accent Pots

Susan Francesca Hunter is a freelance designer living and working on the North Coast of County Antrim Northern Ireland. Susan works in a variety of mediums and scales from large public art work to smaller scale intimate ceramic and glass pieces. Susan has a B.A. Honours in 3-Dimensional design: Ceramics and a Post Graduate Diploma in Ceramics.

Susan has now turned her talent to the design and creation of accent and bonsai pots, and is willing to create bespoke pots on commission to fit your needs.

Below are some of her accent pots which she has graciously allowed me to add here on my blog for sale. These will be added to frequently to replace sold stock. If you see a pot that is already sold please supply me with the number and a similar but unique pot can be commissioned for you. This can be found at any time under the ‘For Sale’  Tab at the top of the blog.

You can also contact Susan direct :susan@susanfrancescahunter.com

These pots are £6.00 each or 2 for £10 +P&P

SFH #001 £6.00 SOLD
SFH #001 £6.00 SOLD
SFH #002 £6.00
SFH #002 £6.00
SFH #003 £6.00
SFH #003 £6.00
SFH #004 £6.00 SOLD
SFH #004 £6.00 SOLD
SFH #005 £6.00 SOLD
SFH #005 £6.00 SOLD
SFH #006 £6.00 SOLD
SFH #006 £6.00 SOLD
SFH #007 £6.00
SFH #007 £6.00
SFH #008 £6.00 SOLD
SFH #008 £6.00 SOLD
SFH #009 £6.00 SOLD
SFH #009 £6.00 SOLD
SFH #010 £6.00 SOLD
SFH #011 £6.00 SOLD
SFH #011 £6.00 SOLD
SFH #012 £6.00
SFH #012 £6.00

Sneak Pot Preview

On Tuesday I visited Susan, a local Ceramic Artist, who had visited our club show back in June. She showed an interest in both the accent pots and bonsai pots in the display. Not wanting to miss an opportunity we both got talking and Tuesday saw me visiting her studio to collect a batch of accent pots.

We don’t have a single pot maker in Northern Ireland since Jackson Conn stopped making his excellent pots. Now Susan has appeared on the scene, I hope to make this one stick 🙂 As Susan doesn’t have a bonsai background, I was excited to see just what she would come up with after very little direction from me. I was delighted with the results and hopefully the club members will be too when I take her first batch to the meeting this Friday.

Here are two that I’m holding onto to whet your appetite. Watch this space, I will be adding a page of her pots here on the blog for anyone interested  and will be giving you more information about Susan.

This was my favourite one. I love the glaze and design with the tilt to one side. I can just picture this with a fern or hosta.

This is the most unusual one of the batch! I’m sure it’s not to everyone’s taste but I just love it. Haven’t a clue as yet to what will go into it. I love the plaited clay design and the variation in colour on the pot.