About Mrs Peterson

Mrs Brianna Peterson

Mrs Brianna Peterson

Pottery is in my bloodline. I come from a family of mad potters and scientists, taking after my 95 year old Nanna who worked with porcelain for over 20 years. I think as a creative redhead, playing with fire comes naturally to me.

Mrs Peterson Pottery seeks to find enchantment in the world we live in. Romantic porcelain pieces and simple, elegant designs are the result of spending hours and days absorbed in my mountain studio and a fair amount of daydreaming.

Having hands in clay is a total obsession. Watching each piece transform from a lump of clay into a work of art is a magic process. It involves great patience and a passion for each little step.

I beleieve that wearing a unique piece of jewellery everyday is a reminder of creative world where anything is possible.

The Support team

The Support team

Mrs Peterson Pottery would not be the same without Mr Peterson and the two beautiful Siberian Huskies that make up the support team.

Mr Peterson offers the occasional glazing hand and sends out the odd internet order... some of you will recognise his handwriting. He is an avid skateboarder and professional tree climber who is planning to build the ultimate tree house (we'll keep you posted).

The team provide much needed exercise, unconditional love and lots of cuddles. Like they say, behind every good woman is her loyal wolf pack.

A Drop Of Red

A Drop Of Red

Honey Moon Vineyard provide fine wine for Mrs Peterson Pottery to share and enjoy. (Having a wine maker for a Dad is lucky thing!)

The Vineyard is nestled in the beautiful Adelaide Hills where the harvest full moon appears as a rich dollop of honey in the sky, hence the name 'Honey Moon Vineyard'.

Winemakers Hylton Mclean and Jane Bromley along with Kish and Beau (2 chocolate brown and tan kelpies) are the brains and heart behind these award winning wines.

Spending time amongst the grape vines, picking by hand and tasting the first press of Pinot Noir juice all add to the enjoyment of cracking a bottle and sharing with friends. As the label reads, "Enjoy responsibly, in good company and with a happy heart." -There is truly no other way to enjoy good wine.