In this section you will see all the types of pots we make as standard. Most of the pots that are shown are available in a range of different colours. Because the pots are fired in a gas kiln the colours can vary a little from those shown below. These are our most popular colours, but do enquire if you wish to have another one – we may be able to do it!
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.
The coffee mugs and round shaped mugs can also have a mouse added to the side or on the handle.
Gerry makes a wide variety of bowls. Some, such as cereal bowls are usually plain and functional. Others are decorative but can be used for a variety of purposes – as cooking or serving dishes, fruit bowls, or decorative objects to enhance part of your room.
These are another popular item as they serve a number of purposes – as a functional item, as a container for flowers or as a decorative piece.
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!
Other items in our domestic range include butter and cheese dishes, marmalade and mustard pots, egg cups, platters, chalices – all sorts!
Introduced in 2018 – A collection of ceramics, designed for a more contemporary look. Using a white clay which is thrown on the wheel close to a state of collapse, Gerry is transmitting a sense of movement to the finished pots. Fired in a white glaze, with an occasional splash of colour, the pots will enhance any home environment.
Vases are a must to all those people who love to have fresh flowers enhancing their rooms. So why buy a vase from IKEA, which is made in China, in a mould, then distressed to make it look handmade, – when you can buy a real individual item from us for about the same price?
Moon Jars were originally made during the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910). They were curvaceous, plain white porcelain jars resembling a full moon. They were made customarily to contain flowers or wine, but they are also ritual, votive vessels.
Gerry has put his own interpretation to these ceramic pots. Each one is unique…
Pit Fired Pots
These pots are all unique. They have been fired in a pit using wood, sawdust and leaves. The colours come from the material which was wrapped around the pots before firing. Because of the low temperature reached, they are decorative objects only and are not waterproof.
Plant pot holders make useful presents for plant lovers….