Tom Butcher produces both sculptural pieces and functional tableware from his studio on the shores of Loch Long, Scotland, where he overlooks the Arrochar Alps and is surrounded by the inspirational scenery of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.

The Loch Long Stoneware range is inspired by back to basics rustic living. Originating as a range of simple, functional items designed for family and friends, it has now developed into a full and rapidly expanding collection of earthy, multi-functional and robust pieces ideal for everyday living, as well as fine dining.

The range is currently used at Simon Rogan's Fera, Claridges (London), Martin Wishart's restaurants The Honours (Edinburgh), and Martin Wishart on Loch Lomond, Cameron House (Loch Lomond), Isaac McHale's The Clove Club (London), Tom Blake's The Swan and The White Hart (Wedmore, Somerset), Jamie Oliver's Barbecoa (London) and Chris Charalambous' Cail Bruich (Glasgow).It was also used to style Tom Kitchin's book 'Kitchin Suppers'.

Mansefield Studios Pottery & Craft Gallery in Arrochar, Loch Long is open to the public all year round. The Gallery is open Monday - Saturday, from 10.30am to 5.30pm.

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