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    Pi Potters

  • Our Potters

    Duncan and Karen Browning


    We have worked with clay for over thirty years producing in the past art deco style ceramics, screen printed tiles and water features all during our time selling in London's Covent Garden but have now returned to traditional wheel thrown and hand built stoneware.

    Carmel Pottery


    Jacky John’s work is mainly functional kitchenware. She hand throws her stoneware pots on the potters wheel and uses high firing glazes in a reduction atmosphere to create beautiful, exciting finishes.

    Myddfai Pottery


    Liz Bernays has been making pots in Myddfai for many years, she has perfected her craft and produces a wide range of fantastic pottery, jugs & vases, mugs & teapots, dishes & bowls, there is something for everyone in the wide range of styles & colours.

    Carol Brinton-Thomas


    Carol’s pottery includes hand thrown ware, often decorated in relief with seasonal emblems, hearts or celtic patterns. Her handcrafted pieces include leaf dishes, coasters, brooches, beads and ceramic motifs on greetings cards.

    Jackie Yorke


    Jacki has always been passionate about painting and ceramics. She gets most of her inspiration from the nature that surrounds and finds it gives her work an extra dimension.

    Magic Garden


    The beautiful coast and countryside which surrounds her home in West Wales provides Sally Rowles with an endless source of ideas and inspiration. Her ceramics are made from earthenware clay, hand-thrown or hand built from slabs in her garden studio.

    Kate Glanville


    Kate works from her pottery studio at her home just outside the beautiful Welsh town of Llandeilo. With spectacular views over the Towey valley the country side around her home is a constant source of inspiration for her work.

    Pi Potters


    Based in the Welsh market town of Llandeilo, Pi Potters work is imaginative, engaging and often humourous, drawing on her local environment, love of animals and family life for inspiration.


    Pi has worked with ceramics for 18 years and enjoys the challenges that Raku firing presents, colouring her work with an unpredictable mix of glaze, flame and smoke.


    In her small studio, Pi creates unique sculptures for the home designed to invoke memories, tell stories and convey nostalgia. Each item is crafted by hand from raw materials, creating an individuality and character of it's own.

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