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In a relaxed environment, Hayley from Bramley Pottery, will guide you through the process of making two beautiful slab-built jugs with a patterned exterior and handle - no previous experience is necessary. 


On arrival, guests will have an opportunity to have tea, coffee and pastries and to meet the other members of the workshop.


These gorgeous jugs are multi-purpose; the glaze is food safe so can be used for serving milk or cream or use them as vases with a posy of flowers.


Once your jugs have dried she will fire them in her kiln and then glaze them for you in a celadon colour of your choice.


The pottery journey takes time, so there will be a wait after the workshop to receive your pieces as this will allow time for them to dry, to be bisque fired, glazed and re-fired.


Once finished they can be collected from her studio in Ballinger, or they can be sent via courier (at an additional cost).


Make sure you bring an apron and messy clothing to the workshop, Hayley will provide all the tools you need to make your pottery.


This workshop accommodates 12 people.

Morning Workshop - A Pair of Jugs - Saturday, 26th October 2024

  • Great Missenden Memorial Hall, Link Road, Great Missenden, Bucks, HP16 9AE.

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