“Chun glazed Stoneware Pot”
Height:16.5 cm Belly: 16 cm
Stoneware Pot with scratched decoration through a white slip. Glazed in tenmoku and an opal chun glaze.
“Tenmoku and Chun Glazed Pot”
Height:.18 cm x Belly: 17 cm
Weight: 1074 g.
18cm High reduced stoneware pot with Ash Chun glaze over scratched decoration. Tenmoku glaze on inside, top, and lower part of the pot. Rim 6cm. Belly 16cm Height 18cm
“Stoneware Ash glazed Vase”
Height 23 cm
Weight: 1419 g.
Stoneware Ash glazed vase with scratched decoration .
“Oval Baking Dish”
Length: 24 cm, Width: 18 cm, Height: 6 cm
Weight: 856 g.
1 ¾ Pint oval baking dish with combed decoration through a reactive slip. Opal Chun glaze on the inside and rim with tenmoku on the outside.
Food safe. Safe in Oven, Microwave & Dishwasher.
“2 x Noodle Bowls with bamboo chopsticks”
Height: 7 cm x Width: 15.5 cm
Weight: 433g each.
2 Stoneware Noodle bowls in tenmoku glaze with the rims dipped in my nuka glaze.
Food safe. Safe in Oven, Microwave, & Dishwasher.
I left Farnham Art School in 1966 to start my career as a potter.
My first job was with Chris Harris in the Cotswolds making traditional slipware, I then did a bit of teaching, had a studio on the end of Eastbourne pier, and worked for Kate Weaver in South Croydon. At Kate Weaver’s studio I worked with Bill Jones an ex Poole Pottery thrower who re trained me in production throwing.
In 1970 I started work for Grayshott Pottery who were just changing from earthenware to stoneware. I was employed to design and make a new range of thrown stoneware. I stayed at Grayshott until I set up Bartley Heath Pottery with my wife Lesley in 1974.
I make a range of traditional domestic stoneware. A lot of our glaze recipes date back to Art school which I have enjoyed developing over the years.
Address: Bartley Heath Pottery, North Warnborough, Hook, Hampshire. RG29 1HD
Contact Telephone Number: 01256 702 163
Payment Methods Accepted: BACS (preferred) or Paypal.
How to buy: Follow this link – bartleyheathpottery.com – to go to my on-line shop on our website.
Delivery: 2nd class Royal Mail or collect from the pottery.