Tel: 01745 890532
The workshop occupies what once were the smiths’ forges. The workbench, tool rack and the housing for the forge bellows are still intact.
The kiln and glaze area are housed in the former shoeing bay, where some twenty horses a day were shod.
All pots are handmade, thrown on a wheel and all decoration is freehand. A range of both stoneware and earthenware pots are in stock, we produce oven to tableware, lamp bases, lanterns and decorative ware. Retail commissions undertaken.
We supply museum shops, retreat houses, cafes and restaurants, galleries and craft shops, and of course the public. Visitors are always welcome.
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|Opening (1 Jan 2017 - 31 Dec 2017)|
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Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
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