More new pots…

We have also added new work to our selection of pots by the amazing Phil Rogers. Now approaching his 40th year as a working potter, Rogers’ way with clay has remained the same: a constant desire to explore shape, orchestration, decoration and finish. “Working on new forms, trying to achieve a certain ‘rightness’ and crispness of line, is what keeps me interested in clay. Making pots over a long career is about refinement and a never-ending quest to improve. The cliché is always that ‘the next firing will be my best’ – but it remains true that this is every potter’s hope.”

Drop in and marvel at the proud, round-bellied Tenmoku jugs; wood-fired vases with burnt orange bodies softened by a Nuka rim; and an ever-expanding repertoire of forms graced by warm, runny pine-ash glazes made from the embers of Rogers’ own fireplace. Visit page