journal

  • Finders Keepers Online Market 2021

    At the Finders Keepers market in April of 2016 we launched elph ceramics for the first time. Quite a bit has changed in the last 5 years and we thought we would ask co-founder, Eloise, the same Five Questions Finders Keepers asked all those years ago!
  • In Season: Lace Cap hydrangeas

    More than just a pretty face, our extra small bottle vase is the perfect size for cuttings from your garden. 
  • bottle vase sizes

    The iconic elph ceramics Bottle Vases are now available in four useful sizes in porcelain (white), grey speckle and black. With sizes ranging from...
  • clay recycling

    Did you know we recycle all our clay offcuts? During the throwing process much of the clay used to throw our products is trimmed away to create our thin and beautiful ceramics. Find out more.

  • the tiny house

    As part of Sydney Craft week we wanted to share the story of our iconic tiny house. The tiny house was first created as a way for Eloise to test gl...
  • elph ceramics studio

    We are excited to announce our new elph ceramics studio located in Exeter, NSW. As part of Sydney Craft Week we would like to welcome you to explor...
  • in the studio with Holly Macdonald

    Holly is an emerging ceramic artist originally from Sydney but now based in Melbourne. Recently we asked her a few questions to see how she's going during the lockdown and what she is looking forward to once restrictions are eased.
  • in the studio with Alessandro Di Sarno

    Formally a chef, Alessandro has a deep understanding of the relationship between food and how it is displayed on ceramic forms. Recently we asked Alessandro about his experience during lockdown and what he is looking forward to once restrictions are eased.
  • in the studio with angela butler

    Angela Butler creates one-off functional ceramics from porcelain and stoneware clays. We recently asked her some questions about how she's finding these times of social distancing. 
  • In the studio with Little White Dish

    Deb Taylor, the ceramic artist behind Little White Dish, has been making for 25 years. We recently asked her some questions about how she's finding these times of social distancing. 
  • in the studio with alessandro di sarno

    Formally a chef, Alessandro has a deep understanding of the relationship between food and how it is displayed on ceramic forms. 
  • introducing: ena products

    As a ceramic artist, Eloise’s hands are always in water and covered in clay. She find this really dries out her skin and can leave her hands fee...