Jane is probably best known for her floor lamps of the labyrinthine historic centres of the various neighbouring hilltop towns. Over the years, Jane has produced lamps inspired by Ceglie, Ostuni, Locorontondo, Alberobello and the so-called "ghost town" of Craco. They have been exhibited locally and shipped (safely) to the US, Asia-Pacific and Europe. Made out of high-fired white stoneware, full and half sizes are also possible.
Jane particularly enjoys hand-building and coiling, producing sculpture, large pots, jugs, vases, serving plates as well as bowls large and small. Her popular candle-holders range from three and four tiered bell towers and duomo to translucent porcelain hand-moulded forms. Other one-off pieces include oil burners and ceramic wine coolers.
Twice a year (spring and autumn) Jane holds a outdoor gas firing for raku, horsehair, obvara and ferric chloride firing. Over the winter she tends to work indoors on smaller pieces, predominantly in white and coloured porcelain.
Commissions have included large commemorative plates, tableware and bespoke lamps.
The showroom is open throughout the year.