Kitchen ware

We do a range of ceramics that you would use in the kitchen – garlic pots, storage jars, oil/vinegar jars and salt pigs.

The pots can be made plain or with a mouse on the side.


What would you use a jug for? Flower arranging? Cream or milk? A table decoration – the choice is yours.


We sell more mugs than any other product! There are a lot of styles and colours available – from the traditional speckled stoneware, to the contemporary clean lines of the white range.

And put a mouse on it!

A lot of our customers like our “mouse pots”. We have been making these for several years and they are as popular now as when we started making them. Little mice can be put on any of our pots! Below are just a few examples.


Gerry makes a wide variety of bowls. Some, such as cereal bowls are usually plain and functional. Others are more decorative but can be used for a variety of purposes -as  cooking or serving dishes, fruit bowls, or purely as decorative objects to enhance part of your room.

Bowl with a wide rim. Decorated in the oatmeal-blue glaze, then overlaid with an aqua spiral.
A medium bowl in oatmeal-blue. Decorated with rutile in a helix pattern.
Bowls made from pure white clay. Unglazed on the outside and a black glaze insi
Selection of bowls
bowl in tenmoku glaze, with rutile decoration
A selection of bowls in greens, blacks and dark blues – all made from pure white clay

Tea Pots – to match jugs, sugar basins and mugs.

Gerry has always liked making teapots. They have to be well balanced and with a handle that is easy to hold.  The lid should stay on when in use. The spout has to be designed so that the tea will pour out well- not dribbling or gushing! – and it mustn’t dribble……

Experimenting with shapes! This teapot actually poured quite well!
Teapot with cane handle, glazed in tenmoku.
A teapot, half pint jug and sugar bowl in the oatmeal glaze.