Category Archives: Stoke on Trent

Still in the 17th C vein

Continuing in the 17th Century theme and borrowing nae plagiarising heavily from the glorious Stoke on Trent Museum book I decorated the mugs today. It was a slow process not least because I discovered there were ice crystals in my … Continue reading

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To make or break a potter. . .

Well to break a potter, or pair of potters to be more precise you can shut the entire second floor of the Hanley Museum in Stoke on Trent which is where all the blooming pots are so that when they … Continue reading

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