Tag Archives: Doug Fitch

Post Leach Post

Ahhh where does the time go? All good intentions of reporting the happenings and the plannings go to whizzing out of the window as the chaos of work and life takes over again. The exhibition opening at The Leach Pottery … Continue reading

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Films From The Wheel

We have been doing a bit of reorganisation in the workshop, in between writing lists of people to thank in the groom’s speech, making decisions on flowers to have that won’t make me sneeze and trying to get our heads … Continue reading

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Post Potfest Tiredness

Oh me oh my I am tired now. Potfest this weekend just gone was a corker, it was hot hot hot and sunny sunny sunny and there were many many people visiting and they purchased many many pots and a … Continue reading

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Work this week

It’s been a strange one this week getting used to being back in the workshop on my own. I’m getting the last of the pots ready for Spring Fling which is coming up very fast, two weeks today it starts. … Continue reading

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Videos and New Pots

  Here we have some more tasty little numbers out of the firing for you. This dish is a bit of a favourite now, it has grown on me since the firing. It has a honey counterpart too. I think … Continue reading

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Firing Day and Decorating Day

The firing day, oh my oh my was a chilly, wind beaten, rain drenched one. We were exhausted purely by being out in that kind of weather all day without the effect of all the hard work and concentration. It … Continue reading

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Packing a Kiln Day

So the pots were all glazed and awaiting. As always it is so hard to judge the correct quantity and type of pots. I swing between thinking I haven’t nearly enough then thinking I have way too many, and too … Continue reading

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Beautiful Baluster Jugs

Brill/Boarstall ware, Buckinghamshire Early – mid 13th century AD Ashmolean Museum Slip Trail Wood Fired Baluster Jugs Hannah McAndrew. 2012 Image by Colin J.Tennant. Baluster Jug 1270 – 1340 AD British Museum Doug Fitch Slipware Baluster Jug Image by Jonathan … Continue reading

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Autumn Days

‘By all these lovely tokens September days are here, With summer’s best of weather And autumn’s best of cheer.’ Helen Hunt Jackson. This is my season. I love autumn, I love chilly crisp mornings and clear blue skied days and … Continue reading

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