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Welcome

About me

Elspeth Gardner Ceramics is run from a small studio in Glasgow, Scotland, where I hand paint tiles that are used for gifts and interiors.

These are drawn freehand and, in the main, they represent memories of places I have visited and loved.

It was while studying ceramics at Glasgow School of Art, and Staffordshire University, in Stoke on Trent, that I developed an interest in tiles and decided to combine it with my longstanding love of drawing.

I offer a "blank canvas" approach to commissions – you can choose anything you want for your kitchen, bathroom or fireplace.

Recently I have been extending the range of products available so watch this space!

I am a proud member of Shop Scotland, encouraging people to discover and buy from independent creatives all based in Scotland.

Just to say I received my puffin tile in the post this morning. It's perfect. What a fantastic service
Hello - mugs have arrived and are just perfect! Thank you for the extra goodie
This is very good customer service thank you.
Elspeth, just opened my tiles and I’m delighted. You have done a beautiful job. Everyone told me that what I was trying to do was impossible. You’ve made it not only possible, but knocked it out of the park!!!
The package arrived today! In excellent condition. Thanks for the extra gift. I’m sure he will appreciate it. Happy holidays and go easy on the Haggis.
Just to say I received my puffin tile in the post this morning. It's perfect. What a fantastic service
Hello - mugs have arrived and are just perfect! Thank you for the extra goodie
This is very good customer service thank you.
Elspeth, just opened my tiles and I’m delighted. You have done a beautiful job. Everyone told me that what I was trying to do was impossible. You’ve made it not only possible, but knocked it out of the park!!!
The package arrived today! In excellent condition. Thanks for the extra gift. I’m sure he will appreciate it. Happy holidays and go easy on the Haggis.