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Pots made to order for special occasions/ architectural and community projects

Many of our members are willing to consider making work on commission. From house plaques and wedding plates to sculptural relief panels for commercial sites and community projects, just let us know what you have in mind.   Most projects take four weeks to complete.  Email us, telephone or visit the shop.

Sean and Vici Casserley

Sean and Vici make house plaques, Mr and Mrs mugs for weddings, engraved fruit bowls or any other of their standard ware with inscriptions for any occasion.  They have made replica wall sconces for a Tudor home, a Christening jug and many house plaques.  So what would you like them to make?



Katie Murton

Katie's house plaques and signs are made by stamping into the soft clay, giving a low relief surface which she glazes in matt black in contrast to the natural buff colour of the clay.  The bold plaques show up well at a distance and are entirely frostproof and weather resistant.

Maggie White
Sculptural triptych by Maggie White installed in Castle School's new foyer in Thornbury, created during an artist residency to mark the school's new specialist art status.




Ned Heywood Celebratory and Commemorative Panels and Pottery

Ned is just the person to design, make and install any wall plaques, paving slabs or free-standing commemorative markers.  He has a long track record working with local governments and private companies and is currently supplying the City of London with commemorative plaques.  Using computer-aided design, Ned can achieve a high level of accuracy in his coloured, glazed, low-relief panels



Ned also adds gold lustre fired-on lettering to his standard wares for your special occasion.