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Jane Booth Ceramics make vintage style, ceramic tableware, including Outlander Official Merchandise. Each mug, bowl and jug is hand thrown and individually decorated and therefore every piece is unique.

A  lot of time, skill and love goes into creating this  tableware, which is gorgeous to look at but also made to be used. Jane Booth Ceramic designs are inspired by traditional ceramics and textiles, illustrated literature and more recently Outlander The Series.


Jane Booth Ceramics

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3 months ago
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I really like this new 70s retro style design. It's a bit like spirograph patterns I used to do as a kid and it works well on my background colours 😊

3 months ago
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Happy Friday! I am currently offering Free UK Shipping on my new Travel mugs. Here are a few that are in my Etsy shop.

3 months ago
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I've started making some travel mugs with birds on. Perfect gift for an eco friendly birdlover 🐦🐦🐦 I will be sending some to Heart Gallery Hebden Bridge and the Craft Gallery at shops at ... See more

3 months ago

I'm very busy making Outlander mugs for National Trust Scotland shops at the moment. It's hard to keep up sometimes, as they all seem to want them at the same time!

4 months ago

Une deuxième merveille vient agrandir ma collection 😍😍 merci Ludvig Levasseur . Tic-tac c’est leur du thé 🐇⏱

4 months ago
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Lovely weekend here 😎 hope it's the same where you are. I'm getting close to 500 sales in my Etsy shop 🎉🎉 The customer who buys the 500th piece will receive a free gift 🎁

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Outlander – The Series

@Outlanderpottery

2 months ago
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I was just having a browse through the Sony Assets files for Outlander, that I have access to, and came across some new photos that I think have been added from Season 1 - I don't remember seeing ... See more

3 months ago
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New delivery of Outlander mugs arrived at Glenfinnan National Trust Visitor Centre last week. I so want to visit this beautiful location. I'm hoping to get there in the autumn.

3 months ago

Good Morning! Just to let you know my 'To Lallybroch' mugs are temporarily out of stock .
I have had a few individual orders and masses of National Trust orders lately and it's hard to keep up! I ... See more

3 months ago
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More Outlander mugs have gone up North to Culloden National Trust shop today. My Etsy shop sales stand at 499. The person to buy the 500th piece will get a free gift!

3 months ago
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Packing up these 3 ring dishes/mini plates for a lovely customer today ☺

4 months ago
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Hello! I am very busy at the moment making more mugs for the National Trust Scotland shops at Culloden and Glencoe. In other news I am developing some designs for reusable (ceramic) takeaway mugs. I ... See more

5 months ago
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Morning all! I am excited to announce that I have a brand new website. I am really pleased with it - it has links to all my social media and gives a good overview of my various designs. The url is ... See more

5 months ago
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Hello! Hope everyone had a good Easter break. Exciting news - I have just added the first of my Outlander Official Merchandise ring dishes to my Etsy shop (link above).
I have called them ring ... See more

6 months ago
Timeline Photos

The last stage of making my Outlander mugs and bowls, is adding the ceramic decals, which are fired on top of the glaze - making a total of 3 firings for each piece.

Having a license from Sony ... See more

6 months ago
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This is a batch of Outlander mugs after their (second) glaze firing, during which they are heated to 1110 centigrade. Finally the transfers can be added, which are fired onto the glazed pieces, which ... See more

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