Keith Brymer Jones

Keith Brymer Jones is a British ceramic designer whose distinctive pieces have graced homes for over two decades.

Keith grew up in London and became an apprentice for Harefield Pottery aged just 18. It was here that he learnt how to use traditional hard-graft to make beautiful but practical modern ceramics. In 1990, Keith began to develop his own household range of high-quality, contemporary and stylish ceramics. Keith's "word" range has now become an international success selling across Europe, North America, Canada, Australia and Asia.

As a pioneer of bringing traditional materials and methods into contemporary use, Keith's work has been sold by major high street and boutique retailers alike; John Lewis, Habitat, Heals, Conran and Barneys NY to name but a few. In the past four years, Keith has created designs with celebrated designers including Neisha Crosland, Martin Wiscombe, Jane Foster and Rachel Barker, as well as working on unique ranges for individual clients and companies such as My Cup Of Tea and Dorset Cereals.

Keith's design philosophy focuses on creating modern pieces that are bold and simple, stylish yet traditional, pleasing to the eye and useful in the modern home. His signature Word range brings together the very best of the distinctive Keith Brymer Jones style.

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