Visit Our Workshop


We produce all our pieces by hand on a jigger and jolley machine, which pushes and forms clay into a spinning mould - a technique developed in the 18th Century.  When still a little damp, they are turned out and fettled (smoothed off with a knife and sponge), and then left to dry. A clear glaze is sprayed on (this has a blue tint to it so that we can see where the glaze is, but disappears in the kiln.)  All our products are fired at an exceptionally high heat, making them very durable and robust.   

Our Workshop is open weekdays from 10am to 5pm, Monday to Thursday. View the range and buy Seconds at excellent discounts. We are situated in the pretty village of Burcombe, near Salisbury, in a converted stable yard. If you are planning a visit, please call us first on 01722 744805.  

Here's a short video showing how we produce our plates.