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View the work of Ursula Mommens

1908 - 2010

Ursula was an Honoury Fellow of the Craft Potters Association.

Studied at the Royal College of Art, under William Staite Murray.

First pottery was in Kent, but after her marriage to Julian Trevelyan in 1935 she moved to London.
Ursula worked at both Winchcombe and Wenford Bridge potteries.
From 1960 she potted at South Heighton Pottery in  Sussex.
Work was mainly stoneware with some porcelain.
Tenmoku or Wood ash glazes are mostly used and pots were fired in a large wood-fired kiln or a small gas kiln.

Public Collections:

Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter
Hove Museum, Hove, East Sussex,
Cleveland Crafts Centre, Middlesbrough, Cleveland,
Stoke-on-Trent City Museum & Art Gallery, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent

Publications:

British Studio Ceramics by Paul Rice, Crowood Publishing, 2002

Potter's Seal Mark:

 

View the work of Ursula Mommens