At Surrey Ceramics, you have full control over your ceramic tableware; right down to the glaze used. We have over 20 ceramic finishes to choose from, so we’re sure to have the perfect glaze to compliment your dish, restaurant and brand style. Browse our full range of ceramic finishes below. If you can’t find what you are looking for, just get in touch and we’ll be happy to assist.
A delicate blue glaze, featuring a subtle reaction perfectly framed with an iron oxide band. Only available on selected products.
Glaze Characteristics: Two glazes combined to create a reaction, gloss finish, iron oxide rim.
A neutral glaze with warm tones that evokes the authenticity of studio pottery.
Glaze Characteristics: Matte/satin finish
Murano is transformed by adding a blue pigment to the glaze creating a soft blue with a light reaction.
Glaze Characteristics: Semi reactive, gloss finish, naturally thins on the edge of pieces.
A soft pink glaze finish to make your tabletop pop, looks great paired with our neutral glaze finishes.
Glaze Characteristics: Satin finish
A delicate green glaze, offering a fresh colour palate to inspire creativity.
Glaze Characteristics: Satin finish
An intense black finish, the perfect presentation platform for vibrant, colourful food displays.
Glaze Characteristics: Satin finish, mildly reactive with hints of bronze
A light blue glaze darkening in some areas due to its reactive nature adding interest to this unique glaze.
Glaze Characteristics: Textured matte finish, reactive with dark shades of blue
A vivid green with subtle speckles of grey, the perfect colour for showcasing fresh, healthy ingredients.
Glaze Characteristics: Satin finish, reactive speckled surface
A deep green glaze with coppery tones reacting sporadically across the surface of some items.
Glaze Characteristics: Textured matte finish, semi-reactive
A rich inky blue reactive glaze, can be used centre stage or to add a touch of colour to a tableware range.
Glaze Characteristics: Two glazes combined to create a reaction, gloss finish
A dark green glaze with flecks of reactive gold and bronze the ideal platform for light and colourful ingredients.
Glaze characteristics: Dark green glaze with gold and bronze reactive speckles, a mixture of gloss and matte finish
An off-white glaze with a very discreet hint of grey undertone, a good alternative to the usual bright white.
Glaze characteristics: Off-white with a slight grey undertone, gloss finish
A contemporary, almost translucent white glaze with a delicate surface reaction.
Glaze characteristics: Semi reactive, gloss finish, naturally thins on the edge of pieces
A highly reactive glaze featuring tones of blue, black, and taupe bringing an artistic quality to each piece.
Glaze Characteristics: Two glazes combined to create a reaction, varies from shiny blue to matte black
A pale green/blue glaze carefully framed with iron oxide which merges and blends into the glaze as it is fired.
Glaze Characteristics: Gloss finish, pale – near translucent colour
An intense, rich red glaze with a subtle reaction across the surface, a striking colour choice.
Glaze Characteristics: Semi reactive, specialist heavy reduction firing
A warming, vivid glaze with tones of yellow and orange perfectly mimicking the behaviour of the pigment it was named after.
Glaze Characteristics: Reactive, matte finish
Our Studio White glaze is beautifully balanced by the natural clay element of each piece.
Glaze Characteristics: Gloss finish, natural unglazed clay elements
Studio White is given a contemporary makeover by only using the glaze on the inside of the products showing off the natural clay body of each piece.
Glaze Characteristics: Gloss finish on the inside of each piece, natural bare clay on the outside of pieces
A classic white glaze, a timeless choice for laid-back and fine dining alike.
Glaze Characteristics: Gloss finish
Our Studio White combined with the natural tones of Sienna.
Glaze Characteristics: Gloss finish, rustic Sienna glaze on the rim of items
Our neutral Wheat glaze is given a makeover with natural unglazed clay elements and a heavy reduction firing.
Glaze Characteristics: Speckle varies between pieces, specialist heavy reduction firing, natural unglazed elements, darker clay body as a result of the unique firing, matte/satin finish
A neutral creamy coloured glaze with bronze speckles throughout the glaze.
Glaze Characteristics: Matte/satin finish, speckle varies between pieces