Monthly Archives: October 2008

Plates and candle things.

Finally got the pictures up that I took back last week sometime after I had had a plate decorating frenzy. Some are a bit mad and some are madder. I fired a couple of plates last month before the Geffrye … Continue reading

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Here is Mr Young outside his pottery on a sunny sunny morning, how sweet is that building! It’s a little cracker. It was great to see Paul again, had fun talking about pots and potters for hours on end, thanks … Continue reading

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Fresh plates and finished pots.

Well I wanted to give you some fresh plates and finished pots tonight but Blogger isn’t playing and I could really do with an early night so no time to be fiddling around with it. Sorry about that, I’ll have … Continue reading

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The start of all sorts

This is the lane leading down to Peter and Jill Dick’s workshop in Yorkshire, as we arrived we saw Jimmy Saville leaving the village tea room, now then, now then. Another pottery in another beautiful location, I do know potters … Continue reading

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Just quickly.

Busy old week, and weekend, and monday. I will put some pictures up soon, promise. Spent the weekend in Sheffield visiting Paul’s mum, and delivering pots to The Millennium Gallery in the city centre. On the way home I had … Continue reading

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Sunny sunny day.

A really beautiful day today, lovely to be able to enjoy it. Thanks John for these photos of my Harvest jugs that arrived today in the post, they are good pictures. Look at that blue sky peeping through the trees. … Continue reading

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A very sociable day.

What a day, after being so productive yesterday, I seemed to spend all day today chatting, by no means a bad thing sometimes, in fact a pretty enjoyable day. Had a great natter to Doug this morning, and then Amanda … Continue reading

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Autumn again.

The trees are turning, some have gone completly already but my little tame ones outside the workshop are just starting to go. Last week I was in the workshop and it was all tidy, the pots were on the shelves, … Continue reading

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I put these pots outside this morning in the sunshine to dry wondering how many more of these days I would be able to take advantage of this year, then about two hours later I was running in and out … Continue reading

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Not much to report

Just so that I could say something tonight this picture is of a big bowl that I just about managed to fit in my kiln, but oh so only just. It’s one that I sold earlier this year, I think … Continue reading

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