Category Archives: Cumnock Pottery

Galloway News Article

I don’t know if this will be big enough for you to read, I hope so. Apart from the fact that I’m not open to the public apart from at Spring Fling and that Jason is helping me build a … Continue reading

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A blustery day

New plate that I forgot to photograph the other day. I’m very pleased with it. I hope the recipients are too. The cups and saucers based on the Cumnock pottery. They are very sweet, pleased with them. Short and sweet … Continue reading

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This week I have been mostly. . .

. . . Moving wood, lots of wood, and stacking it to dry. It’s very green so it might be burnable this time next year. Some of it isn’t split as much as I’d hoped so that stuff might get … Continue reading

Posted in Alan Gaff, Cumnock Pottery, Helen, Hornseys, Newby Hall, salt pigs, wood. | 4 Comments

Cumnock Pottery

Over the new year we visited the Dumfries Museum, I think I mentioned it at the time. I was looking at the two or three pieces of Cumnock pottery that they have there which is a slipware pottery made up … Continue reading

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