Where to Pot in London

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Useful Links

Bath Potters
Clayman Supplies – pottery suppliers based in West Sussex
Cromartie – Ceramic supplies and links
CTM Potters Supplies – Exeter-based pottery suppliers
Hartley and Noble – Throwing Batts and Batt Systems
Hesketh Potters Supplies
Kilns & Furnaces Ltd. – Suppliers to industry, potters & hobbyists
Northern Kilns
Potclays – UK ceramic suppliers.
Potterycrafts – UK ceramic suppliers with online catalogue
Scarva Pottery Supplies – Ceramic supplies and links
Stanton Kilns – kiln manufacturers and kiln service repair
Top Pot Supplies – Online pottery supplies shop
Contemporary Applied Arts – the home of British crafts
Contemporary Ceramics – Home of the Craft Potters Association
Erskine, Hall & Coe – specialists in ceramics and modern art
Harlequin Gallery – Exhibitions held at a variety of venues
Lingwood Samuel – selected art and crafts, featuring several LP members
Lotte Inch Gallery – York art gallery specialising in ceramics, prints, fine art and design items
Maud and Mabel – crafts-dedicated shop in Hampstead
National Centre for Craft & Design – national and international contemporary craft and design
New Ashgate Gallery – stockists of contemporary craft in Farnham
North Street Potters – A shop in Clapham with work from several south London potters
Potfest – UK pottery festival and potters market organisers
Potters – co-operative gallery in Bristol
Rufford Craft Centre – Featuring virtual glazing & firing process with real-time 3D pots
Ruthin Craft Centre – contemporary applied arts venue with exhibition, studio and educational facilities
Sussex Guild Gallery – shop and gallery
Thrown Contemporary – contemporary ceramics in Highgate – the UK’s leading online information site for studio ceramics
Ceramics Monthly
Ceramic Review Magazine – UK ceramics magazine
Clay Times
Crafts Council Photostore – The Crafts Council’s online resource which allows you to search for contemporary British crafts.