This competition is now closed. Congratulations to the winners, which are Jodie Green from Rugeley, England, Guy Gunstone from Wokingham, England, Stephen Hutton from Dundee, Scotland, Silvia Prizzi from Oxfordshire, England, Emily Davies, from London, England, Freya Bradbury from Cornwall, England, Fran Light, from Hampshire, England, Scott Keenan from Lutterworth, England, Pete Savage from London, England, and Ann Collerson, England.
Called Memphis, the collection pays tribute to the designs of the Memphis Group, led by postmodernist designer Ettore Sottsass.
It includes an assortment of pots and vases that are designed to be simple yet functional. They are available in three patterns, called shapes, speckle and grid. There are also three colours: white, blush and baby blue.
All the items are hand-crafted by Laverick, a 26-year-old ceramicist, using porcelain – a ceramic made by heating materials in a kiln to very high temperatures of between 1,200 and 1,400 degrees Celsius.
As a result, all the items are extremely smooth to the touch and water-tight.
A graduate from the Leek College of Art, Laverick began his career by using porcelain to make hand-made buttons.
Since then, his range has developed to consist of slip-cast porcelain items including tea-light holders, planters and pots.
This year, alongside his father and under the name Laverick & Son, Laverick also launched a range of translucent porcelain lighting.
Ten readers will each win a pot or vase of their choice from the Memphis collection, which is also available to buy online.
Competition closes 23 November 2018. 10 winners will be selected at random and notified by email, and their names will be published at the top of this page.