short green phil rogers chawan shaped bowl with ash glaze
close up of sage green ash glazed stoneware chawan by welsh potter phil rogers
mood shot of phil rogers sage green chawan with ridges
phil rogers chawan anglo oriental traditional bowl
phil rogers chawan bowl made after 1984 from marston pottery
detail showing interior of phil rogers studio pottery chawan bowl with ash glaze
marston pottery wales chawan hand thrown studio pottery by phil rogers
detail of foot of phil rogers stoneware chawan with green ash glaze
detail of chawan by phil rogers showing foot
welsh studio pottery by phil rogers
phil rogers makers mark studio pottery stamped pr
green british studio pottery bowl with ridges by phil rogers
welsh studio pottery phil rogers ridged chawan bowl with ash glaze in green
detail of foot of welsh studio pottery bowl by phil rogers
close up image of green ash glaze on chawan by phil rogers
phil rogers chawan bowl with green glaze
group shot of three british studio pottery vessels including lucie rie jim malone and phil rogers
phil rogers green chawan with ash glaze and clear potters mark pr
Marston Pottery

Phil Rogers Chawan

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An ash glazed stoneware chawan by renowned Welsh potter Phil Rogers, late-20th to early-21st century. This wide yet stout wheel thrown bowl has a ridged exterior and features a sage-green colour ash glaze. The deep colour and mottled complexion of the glaze has been achieved & enhanced thanks to the method of wood firing.

The shape of this piece is inspired by traditional East Asian chawans; bowls designed for use during the preparation and drinking of tea. Working in what has been called an anglo-oriental tradition, Rogers frequently experimented with the form of chawans and other East Asian vessels, techniques and glazes.

In addition to making pots, which Rogers began doing as a full-time profession from 1978 until his passing in 2020, his inexhaustible passion for pottery led him to write, teach, and advocate pottery via the many organisations he was affiliated with. Among various other appointments, Rogers served as a chairperson for the Craft Potters Association (UK) and as a member of the International Academy of Ceramics .

Unsurprisingly given the international scope of Rogers’ activities, whether teaching or exhibiting, his work is held in the collections of more than 50 museums worldwide, including the V&A, the British Museum, and the Cleveland Museum of Art.1

1. We sadly omit museums Canada, Germany, Israel, Japan, South Korea, & Netherlands etc... as the Rogers' pottery they hold are not yet available to see online.