Emily Lawlor

Emily Lawlor graduated with a Public Art and Design degree from Chelsea Art College in 1994 and has since gone on to design and create beautiful, unique mosaic wall panels under the name of ‘China Jack’.


When the family china, inherited from Emily’s great-great grandmother, crashed to the ground several Christmasses ago, the first mosaic was made and China Jack was born. Since then Emily has been fusing pattern, colour and words into contemporary artworks with a vintage feel.


China Jack mosaics incorporate the iconic image of the Union Flag made from vintage china with words crafted from antique wooden letter blocks, used in printing presses. The result is beautiful handmade artworks for the home – each one unique.  Emily has taken inspiration from the fascinating Cockney Rhyming Slang for the words that have become an integral part of China Jack designs (for example, ‘you and me’ is rhyming slang for 'tea').  


Tea drinking and its ceremony has been celebrated by Irish born Emily Lawlor all her life; which is why it forms the focus of her mosaics. As Emily says: “Coming from an Irish family, I have developed a love of words and of tea drinking and its ceremony. Cups of tea punctuate the days of our lives. In my artworks, I wanted to celebrate the ritual of tea drinking and its universal appeal around the world."



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