Creating something good, something that lasts, something that is above fashion and trends, something timeless, can’t be hurried. Hand and eye and heart, mixed with years of experience and passion.
Experience that is passed down, passed on, inherited and shared.
Ryan Barrett, 31, of Ipswich, a former Chantry High School (now Chantry Academy) and Suffolk New College student, said he was “very, very surprised to win”.
We use skills you won’t find anywhere else in the world. Skills that are combined with a passion for clay and a passion for getting it right. The magic that turns grey, damp clay into something pure white, something permanent, something brilliant.
in detail, to describe and illustrate its products and to expand its database of patterns.
We welcome enquiries and contributions in order to develop a much wider and accurate understanding of what was an important, successful and innovative 20th century English pottery.
Often times the reference section will contain many pottery related value guides.7.
If you intend to purchase or sell an expensive piece, you will definitely want to have a little more concrete idea of value.