Our studio will be open to the public from July 22nd – 30th as part of the Tywi Valley Open Studios. 

We did it for the first time last year (you may remember my post about it) and were impressed by the variety of visitors and reasons to visit: some were neighbours wanting to call in for a chat; some were discerning collectors looking for treasure; some were ceramics students wanting to quiz us about our practice… and some used it as an excuse to explore unseen parts of our beautiful area.… Read more...

Suddenly there are flowers everywhere.  I’ve been bringing them into the house and although I have lots of vases, many of them weren’t designed to be used as a vase. These are some of my favourites:

My brother was an avid bottle hunter as a teenager and this is one he found in a bottle dump in the 1970s.… Read more...

We haven’t done any fairs this Autumn because we’ve been busy with plate commissions.

They have been made possible by our wonderful new kiln which arrived from Germany in October.

If you’ve been missing our work please remember that we have excellent outlets in the UK.… Read more...

Since March we have had Elke living and working with us as an apprentice. It is working out really well and I thought you might like to hear about it so I asked her some questions…

What made you want to come to Wales and learn with us?… Read more...

We’ve just completed a nine day period of “Open Studio” as part of the Towy Valley Open Studios. As new members of the group we didn’t know what to expect or whether we’d do it again next year.… Read more...

It has over a hundred products listed, many of which are unique and all are totally handmade by James and me. Shopping is easy (you can pay by bank transfer or use paypal) and prices start at £20.00 for this lovely decorated stoneware beaker which was added today.… Read more...