Bill Campbell ~ Flambeaux Collection


Flambeaux Pottery is the technique used to create these masterpieces & one of the most artistic ways in which any potter can express himself.  Bill Campbell is considered a master of this art.  A crystalline glaze is put on each piece before it is fired, and the result is pure artistic magic.  No two pieces are ever alike, thus resulting in countless opportunities to find a new favorite piece to be enjoyed and cherished for generations to come.

Please note, that no 2 pieces are ever alike.  If you have questions or concerns about the specific colors in the pieces you order, be sure to let us know.

Individual Product Information:

Spoonrest ~ the perfect accessory for any cook top or counter top  4.5″x5″

Butter Dish ~ a beautiful accent for any table, or a fun catchall for a dressing space  7.25″x3.375″

Large Lily Vase ~ whether in a living space, a dining room or a bedroom, this piece is sure to be a showstopper  13″x11.5″

Trail Plate ~ sure to dress up any party table, or happy to stand alone this piece is a steal!  8.25″x8.25″

French Bread Server ~ from the oven to the table, hot bread will never be viewed the same in your house  19.5″x6.75″

Oval Platter ~ this is the sort of piece that will make your guests envious  17.5″x13.5″

Cookie Plate ~ Santa might trade you for this one  12.25″x9.875″

Large Fern Baker ~ au gratin for two never looked so attractive  12.25″x7″x2″


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Bill Campbell has been a potter for over 30 years.  Across the country, his porcelain is admired for its spectacular color and elegant, crisp forms…each piece maintaining some of the energy of its creator.  The glazes dance with surprising vibrancy in unexpected patterns and functional pots become little moments of celebration within the day to day routine.

Bill was a leader in the development of the Flambeaux glaze.  Each color is applied as a separate glaze and fired in the kiln.  It is during the cooling process that the crystals appear.  This process is very difficult to regulate, making each piece a wonderful surprise.