Pottery and Ceramics

Cornish Potters and Studios

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  • Heather Swain Pottery / Port Isaac

    Colourful tableware and handbuilt toastracks - animal themes. Supplies shops and Galleries.
  • Pendeen Pottery and Gallery / Pendeen

    Beautiful pottery made on the premises, from functional ware to garden pots and rhubarb forcers. Made by John Swan in earthenware and using his own distinctive glazes. Also pottery decorated by Gemma Swan in vibrant colours some with fish and cherry motifs, along with her botanical and landscape paintings, cards and prints. Work by other artists exibited too.
  • Lustre Pottery /

    Pottery started in 1973 by Roger Michell with a partner and known for the walking-ware range for Carlton Ware. He also makes one-off pieces in ceramic.
  • Nic Harrison / Ashton

    Reduction fired pottery in the Leach tradition. Nic was the last student to be trained at the Leach Pottery in St Ives in 1979/80. He works alone producing a range of pots for collection and exhibition. Visitors are welcome to the showroom
  • Coastline Ceramics / Helston

    'New Cornishware.' Hand thrown porcelain and stoneware with matt glaze and nautical stripes inspired by the Cornish working harbours and coastline.
  • Harvey Wells / Hayle

    Ceramic and Glass artists with ceramic classes being offered from spring 2008
  • Tamsyn Trevorrow, sculptural ceramics / St Ives

    hand built sculptural ceramics inspired by the interaction of land and sea by st Ives artist.
  • Trecarne Pottery /

    French potter living and working in Mullion, on the Lizard peninsula. Inspired by the energy of the sea and wind, and by the unique colours of the Cornish Landscapes, I makes a wide range of stoneware pottery both decorative and functional.
  • Samme Charlesworth / Penzance

    A substance of natural form. Cornish Stoneware atelier vases, jugs, bowls, plates, ?condiment spoons and beakers. On-line shop lovely gifts for sharing: - wine and jar labels, bowls for treats and vases to fill with blooms bringing nature into your home.
  • Adrian Brough Pottery / Lelant

    Studio pottery and accommodation

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