Based in Hobart Tasmania, Georgie Vozar is a designer and maker of earthenware ceramics. Each piece is hand thrown and unique, inspired by her Hungarian heritage.
Growing up above her father’s ceramic studio, she naturally absorbed an interest in pottery. Eventually, she studied under the tutelage of her father, George Vozar.
Two years ago, both Georgie and George collaborated to create an earthenware range. This was their first project together, and since then, interest and enquiries from interstate and local parties encouraged them to produce and expand their range. You can dine off GV Pottery at several different restaurants across Australia. Or alternatively you can purchase your own from Wild Island Tasmania.
Georgie and George individually throw each piece on the pottery wheel from their studio in Richmond using terracotta earthenware. Each piece of crockery is durable and functional. It is microwave and dishwasher safe, however we recommend thoughtful handling in commercial kitchens.
The philosophy behind each piece is to create a unique vessel to compliment the diners’ meal and not detract from it.