Welcome to our pottery site, and thanks for your interest in handmade pottery.
We've been at the Harris Road location since 1970, with a studio fitted into an old barn that, like the house, dates from 1911. The house and studio are surrounded by a rhododendron and azalea garden, perennial garden, and venerable trees that are as old as the house. The garden is at its best from April to September. Throughout the garden are picnic tables, benches, and gazebo. All inviting you to linger a while.
Most of the work displayed in our showroom is gas fired at 1300 degrees Centigrade (2380 degrees Fahrenheit). It is fired in the updraft kiln built in 1971 from bricks salvaged from the remnants of old beehive kilns used by Clayburn Industries to fire fireclay products at their Kilgard location on Sumas Mountain in Abbotsford,B.C.