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LANSDOWN POTTERY

 

 

John & Penny West established Lansdown Pottery in 1999. Their work is mainly functional, made from stoneware clay and fired in a gas kiln to 1280/1300 degrees centigrade. Their colourful glazes are influenced a lot by the East.

 

 

 

More recently they have had a wood firing kiln built with the help of Joe Finch, which is used for more individual pieces. The firing process uses Soda to give a very special effect.

 

 

John & Penny also run education classes for the public and have a teaching workshop in the middle of Stroud at the Centre for Science & Art. Pottery Sessions for beginners and enthusiasts:
Monday evenings, 6.30 - 9.00 p.m.
Tuesday and Wednesday mornings. 10.00am - 12.30pm
Tuesday evenings 6.30 - 9.00pm

 

 

John and Penny are both members of South Wales Potters and John is an Associate Member of the CPA.

 

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Work is available from:

Contact:

Lansdown Pottery
The Studio
Hill Farm
Main Road
Whiteshill
Stroud
GL6 6JS

tel: 01453 298567

lansdownpottery@onetel.com

Website:

www.lansdownpottery.net.uk

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Pricing guide:

Tableware begins from 9; more individual work from around 20 to 200.