Shop to close between 25 July to 17 August. Taking Autumn/Christmas pottery orders.
Alongside updating my webshop, I periodically open my orders book for special commissions throughout the year. Below is my price list with photos for guidance. Each handthrown piece is unique and the natural glazes offer beautiful variation. See a list below of the fantastic local shops where I also stock my pottery. ALL prices are for UNADORNED pottery (except wax burners). Please inquire for prices of IMPRINTED pieces. Except for larger pieces/dinnerware, prices listed include UK postage.
I make my wax burners with plants that reflect the season: spring, summer, autumn and winter. Pictured is a blackthorn wax burner, which I make in early spring. In winter months, I've used larch, holly and ivy, and snowdrops when they arrive; in the spring, various tree blossoms and narcissus; in the autumn, oak leaves and acorns, brambles and Japanese acer leaves. Summer additions may include trailing alpine strawberries and Dales' meadow flowers.
Mugs made for comfort, complete with finger trails and hand-pulled handles. Mug pictured is finished with a Nettle Ash Glaze with a raw ceramic body.
For those who enjoy their lattés... or a wonderfully large herbal tea, this mug is the perfect shape to enjoy your favourite hot drink. Mug pictured is finished with my Nettle Ash glaze.
For those who like their morning coffee STRONG...or in pocket-size mugs. The espresso mugs are able to fit under most home espresso machines (tried and tested). I'm happy to customise the handles... Are you a one-finger or two-finger drinker? Mugs pictured finished with layers of Dry Rigg Quarry Greywacke Gritstone, Ribblehead Wood Ash and Settle Dock Ash.
I incorporate Swaledale sheep wool into these unique mugs! Swaledale and Dalesbred sheep are iconic in the Yorkshire Dales, and I love being able to reflect their place here in some of my pottery. The texture of the wool is preserved in the clay. The mugs are glazed using layers of Greywacke Gritstone, Wood Ash, Dock Ash and finished with my Thistle Ash glaze.
Small: 2 generous cups of tea. Medium: approx 4 cups of tea. Large: approx 6 cups of tea. Large teapot in photo is made using light clay, pressed with oak leaves and acorns and finished with my Thistle Ash glaze.
Spouts and handles are hand-pulled. Jug in photo is made using a dark stoneware clay and finished with my Thistle Ash glaze with Greywacke Gritstone along the rim.
Generous sugar bowl with spoon hole (spoon displayed handcarved by Growing with the Grain). Bowl in photo is made using dark clay and finished with my Nettle Ash glaze.
A dinner set is as individual and unique as the person commissioning it. Please get in touch with your ideas! The dinner set pictured is finished with my Thistle Ash glaze with Greywacke Gritstone along the rim.
Dinner plates, luncheon plates and side plates. I make all sets to order. The stack of side plates shown are made with white and dark clay, glazed with Whernside Iron Ochre Blue.
Plate, bowl and mug (or any combination, price adjusted accordingly). These sweet sets are stamped with my handmade DUCK, COW, STEAM TRAIN or TRACTOR stamp and glazed with Dry Rigg Quarry Greywacke Gritstone and Whernside Iron Ochre Cream or Iron Ochre Blue (Ducks in Iron Ochre Cream shown in photo).
'Harry Loves Tractors'. I first made this set, tractor stamp and all, with the most beautiful little farmer boy in mind. He's not with us anymore, but is in our hearts always, and we'll see him again one day. This set is made with love and in the memory of Harry, a beautiful and dearly loved little boy (and with the love and blessing of his family). 🚜 10% of the profits from each set will be donated to the North West Air Ambulance, in memory of Harry.
The dinner plate version of bowls, these pasta bowls allow for generous portions. Bowls shown are made using white and dark clay, glazed with Whernside Iron Ochre Blue and fired in reduction.
Order just one or a set. They are made to hold a generous portion of soup. Bowls in photo are finished with my Thistle Ash glaze with a rim of Greywacke Gritstone.
Butter dish, with fitted bottom and cover and finished with my Nettle Ash glaze. Also available in other clay and glaze combinations.
Hand-pulled handle and spout. These also make lovely vases. Jug in photo is made using pressed acer leaves and finished with layers of Whernside Iron Ochre, Dry Rigg Quarry Greywacke Gritstone and Nettle Ash.
The salt pigs are available in my light or dark clay and can be either plain or imprinted with seasonal plants. The one pictured is pressed with oak leaves and acorns and glazed with Thistle Ash Cream and Greywacke Gritstone detail. Pictured with it is a hand-turned acorn scoop made by Jane Carpenter (Growing with the Grain). These can also be purchased as a set (please message for details).
The perfectly generous pot to store your garlic, with breathing holes in the back and a domed lid. The one pictured is finished with my Nettle Ash glaze with Greywacke Gritstone detail.
A generous bowl for storing your eggs, imprinted with my handmade chicken stamp. And if you happen to gather duck eggs, I also have a duck stamp! Bowl pictured is made using dark clay and finished with my thistle ash glaze.
A stylish way to keep your berries! Rinse, and eat! Made in a range of sizes. Bowls shown are made using dark stoneware clay and finished with my Whernside Iron Ochre glaze.
Knit and crochet in style! Room for 1-2 balls of yarn. Bowl shown is pressed with oak leaves and acorns and glazed with layers of Greywacke Gritstone, Ribblehead Wood Ash and Settle Dock Ash in the detail, with Thistle Ash Cream over all.
Below is a list of local shops and galleries where you can find my pottery...
Visit lovely Gingerbugs and Co in Ingleton and find a wide range of gifts made by artists and makers from North Yorkshire, Cumbria and Lancashire.
The Little Gallery is located in our very local Stainforth, just up the road from Settle. Vicky welcomes all into her framing studio and gallery with warm enthusiasm! In addition to my pottery, you can also find a range of local artwork there: oil paintings, embroidery, woodworking and more. Follow the yellow signs to the bright yellow doors of The Old Stables.
Just off the Market Square in Settle, you can find 128-degrees. It is tastefully filled with artwork and handcrafted makes from a wide range of local makers. And there are plenty of cafés nearby to enjoy a coffee and cake after you've treated yourself in the shop. You can also find shop news on Facebook and Instagram.
I have had the privilege of working with several local businesses to create collections of pottery that reflect the character and purpose of each business.
Since September 2018, I have been working with James and his brother Pete to design unique pottery to be enjoyed at Lay of the Land Café in Settle. They come complete with the Lay of the Land logo. Stop by the café and enjoy some exceptional coffee (and the best scones!) on my lovely pots! These can also be purchased in-shop.
I have paired up with the lovely Gemma of Tarn and Moon Teas to produce these contrasting 'Tarn and Moon Mugs'. The full and dark moon mugs were designed by Gemma to reflect her exceptional tea business. The National Trust at Malham Tarn have granted me permission to forage for nettles and thistles to create two geographically unique glazes to put the Tarn into these Moon mugs. Foraging for these invasive plants also helps to preserve the estate's internationally important hay meadows. The mugs
Rachelle combines pure, natural and ethically-sourced ingredients to make truly beautiful handmade-in-Yorkshire soaps. We have put our green heads together to make a bespoke range of soap dishes, imprinted with ferns and finished with my nettle ash glaze, to pair with her eco-friendly soaps.
Hand-turned scoops and hand-carved spoons... I've paired up some of my pottery makes with Jane Carpenter's handiwork! Jane uses reclaimed wood to make her treasures. Her scoops are available to purchase with my salt pigs and her spoons are available to purchase with my sugar bowls. Please message for more details.
Prices now include postage costs, except for INTERNATIONAL POSTAGE, as these are customised for each order.