“It was in another lifetime, one of toil and mud…”

Between 1972 and 1987 Ivo’s primary occupation was making ceramics. He pioneered the development and use of coloured glazes and slips at high temperatures (Cone 10, reduction). Many of his techniques and recipes were published in articles for Ceramic Review.

Photo by Snowdon for Vogue Magazine, April 1984: Link here to article with text



Article by Alexandra Schulman for Tatler, 1984: Go to article via this link.

Financial Times, ‘How to spend it’: Lucia van der Post 1984: Click here to see text

World of Interiors, October 1985, an appreciative audience: Click here

Vogue Living, December 1984, Photo: David Montgomery: Click here for article

Arts Review, Jane Norrie 1994: Click here for full review


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  1. Hosting says:

    Ivo Mosley has been a vocal critic of his grandfather’s fascist politics, often commenting publicly on the evil legacy of fascism. Mad King Suibhne, an opera for which he wrote the libretto, is scheduled for its first performance in 2017.

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