Susan and her friends sample the delights of the coil-pot technique as part of her hen party celebrations. The girls produced a range of jugs, candle holders and decorative pots which we’ll dry, fire and glaze in time for Susan’s big day.
Regular visitors to this blog will know we host oodles of pottery hen parties and they are always fantastic events. Saturday’s was no exception – lovely people creating and creating in a lovely atmosphere! More examples of pottery hen parties here.
Click here to see the lovely people we happened to share a pottery hour or two with over the May Bank Holiday. All these guys took advantage of our drop-in pottery sessions for individuals and family groups. Some were celebrating a birthday or hen do, whilst others were simply fulfilling a dream to make a pot on the potter’s wheel.
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We’re loving this collaborative gem that emerged from the kiln last week. Al and his family spent an afternoon coiling the pot before adding ‘Al’ inspired models and stuff to the surface – all to commemorate his birthday.
Pottery hen party season is definitely well under way here at Eastnor Pottery.
The last couple of weekends have been great fun. On the 6th April we welcomed Sophie and her guests. The girls made some cracking coil pots as well as each taking a turn on the potter’s wheel.
Last Saturday Jess and her merry band decended and spent the afternoon supping bubbly and creating clay creations.
Back from Uni, Elena was able to document the proceedings taking some fantastic pictures of the participants:
Sophie’s party can be seen here and Jess’ here. Enjoy!
Clients from a publishing company who were staying at Eastnor Castle joined us for an afternoon of pottery. The castle had lined up a whole range of activities for the group to enjoy including clay pigeon shooting, off-roading and of course potter’s wheel.