Sunday, 12 October 2014

Just where do I start?

We have had so much going on
I haven't found time to keep the Blog updated
so let me please appologise for that.

Over the past week we have been interviewed
and Photographed
both at the workshop & Home for the 
Country Homes & Interiors Magazine.
for an article called 
My Country Business due to published
in the February 2015 edition.
The article will feature our cottage as well as our workshop.



This is the original Gas kiln in the back garden.
This is one of our bedrooms
but this one was not featured.


We are also having our Pancheons featured in the 
Christmas edition of the BBC Goodfood Magazine .comhttp://www.bbcgoodfood.com/
I'll post the link when we have it.


We Finally received our order from the National Trust
to supply pots to 5 shops 
this is something we have been working on since April this year.
Although the initial order wasn't as big as we were expecting,
it should start to grow if the pots sell.


I'll give you the names of the shops when we have them.

Devon Jugs
Pie dishes

Sauce pots

We are also about to deliver a big order to a shop in 
Leamington Spar.
Here we have more than a dozen pancheons
as part of the order.

The Antiques Roadshow came to town at Barrington Court
and should be shown towards the end of this year.

 and at the end of the month we have been asked to take a stall at
 the Dartmouth Food Festival 25th & 26th October.



So that's about it at the moment!











4 comments:

Anna M. Branner said...

Shew! You have good reason to have been absent from blog land. You guys are rockin' it!

Dennis Allen said...

You're not going to be able to make pots if your head gets so big you can't get through the studio door. That is a serious bunch of hard earned good fortune. Congratulations to you both.

Lori Buff said...

Well done and well deserved.

Paul Jessop said...

Dennis, No fear of getting a big head with Marion in the workshop every day. Thanks for the nice comments, much appreciated.

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