New Website & an update of some of our latest pottings!
Some of you will have struggled to find us over the past weeks while we have been having our new website sorted out! We are here and working even if off the radar for a short while, so please contact us if you need us (click here). Meanwhile I am doing my best to put all our pottery back on to this lovely new site! I am sure you will eventually find it simpler to navigate and hopefully full of interesting things about all our Rye Pottery ranges. Update: end of September: with help from our daughter Tabby we have finally sorted out the cut off heads and now have put the complete Canterbury Tales pages up on the website. Please do have a look while we go on looking for all the other pre digital pictures for some of the other pages. We are getting very excited as we work through each group and hope you will enjoy the new-look Rye Pottery as much we as do
Vintage Rye Pottery Vases
During the long damp summer June Woolley who retired in 1998 after 45 years, has been back in the attics peering through our amazing archive, not least the from the Mid Century. The result of all this activity means that we have some really exciting one-offs in the shop – early 1950’s patterns painted by June onto vases and bowls.
So not only are we one of the few country potteries still in existence today who were selected to show in one of the pavilions of the Festival of Britain, here 60 years on are some of those same patterns.