Wednesday, 13 October 2010

Business as usual at Argyll Pottery :)

The bird feeders are always a good seller & the birds are always good advertising.....certainly cover the cost of their seeds & peanuts.
Now now no need to argue with each other.....there's plenty to go around.

This is our horses head that Alan made which keeps a watchful eye over the gallery at Argyll Pottery.
Hope you all like the winter scene, the wee houses & church can be bought separately for people to make there own Christmas scene at home. Little tip for you to recreate this.....use hairspray & icing sugar to get the snow effect :) The car crashing into the tree is just a wee extra authenticity.
& last of all I just wanted to show how great the pottery is looking at the moment after getting the outside of the building stripped back & resurfaced, looking good as new :)


  1. Hi Nicola, I missed your last post but was glad to see this one and comment here. Thanks for the updates. Hope you are doing well.

  2. Hi Ron, Glad you liked the post, just thought id everybody up to date on the goings on at Argyll Pottery :)

    Hope you busy & well....

  3. Just found your blog. I visited the pottery in May 2010 and as a potter myself I just loved your setup and the work you produce. We were at the start of our trip so being able to buy a couple of little hedgehogs as souvenirs was very helpful. They recently featured in my talk at a meeting of the Port Hacking Potters Group just south of Sydney Australia. The glaze fanatics were wondering what the black back on the hedgehog was? I'll put a link to your blog on the groups blog. To visit us go to:

  4. thanks for your reply. I will pass along the info re the cobalt on the hedgehogs.