Pottery and Ceramics

Cornish Potters and Studios

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  • 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.
  • Wenford Bridge Pottery - nr Bodmin /

    Decorative stoneware made from local clays, with bird and fish imagery by Seth Cardew.
  • Port Isaac Pottery /

    Handthrown stoneware by Barbara and Michael Hawkins. Inspiration for form and decoration taken from Port Isaac's small harbour, fish and local fauna and flora
  • Katrina Trinick Ceramics /

    Individual handbuilt ceramic sculpture for in/out doors.Organic forms inspired by fossils and ancient rock carvings of spirals and labyrinths.
  • Ceramics By Miranda / Callington

    Pottery Studio in Calstock at the Boatyard. I make and sell my own ceramics on site gaining my inspiration from people and the beautiful Cornish countryside. I also offer: Paint a Pot (indivi
  • 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.
  • St Ives Arts & Crafts / St Ives

    St Ives Arts & Crafts website is totally dedicated to St Ives Arts and Crafts -we've only got traditional Cornish handcrafted products useful and decorative for your home.
  • Harvey Wells / Hayle

    Ceramic and Glass artists with ceramic classes being offered from spring 2008
  • St. Ives Ceramics /

    A gallery enables visitors to view works by local potters as well as leading potters of international status.
  • Westcliff Pottery / Fowey

    At Westcliff Pottery in Fowey, Barry Marshall-Johnson produces a range of stoneware vessels, both traditional and sculptural decorated with locally found clay slips, beach sand, ash or granite glazes and inspired by nearby Cornish shoreline.

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