Aylesford Pottery

Situated in Kent, England it is a commercial studio pottery.
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Aylesford Pottery 'Aylesford Red' glaze © 2015

Aylesford Pottery 'Aylesford Red' glaze © 2015

The Aylesford Teapot Name: Aylesford Teapot after DuChamp H: 19cm W: 15cm Material: Stoneware Maker: Alan Parris, Aylesford Pottery First shown at the Visit Kent ‘Big Weekend’ in March 2015  The three spouts represent the three elements of earth, water and air. Each essential to the harmony of creative thought, and an important factor in the traditional tea ceremony.

The Aylesford Teapot Name: Aylesford Teapot after DuChamp H: 19cm W: 15cm Material: Stoneware Maker: Alan Parris, Aylesford Pottery First shown at the Visit Kent ‘Big Weekend’ in March 2015 The three spouts represent the three elements of earth, water and air. Each essential to the harmony of creative thought, and an important factor in the traditional tea ceremony.

Aylesford Pottery 'Aylesford Blue' glaze © 2015

Aylesford Pottery 'Aylesford Blue' glaze © 2015

Aylesford Pottery in Kent. Raku and fuming ware, August 2015.

Aylesford Pottery in Kent. Raku and fuming ware, August

Tableware for West House Restaurant in Kent 2016

Tableware for West House Restaurant in Kent 2016

Aylesford Pottery in Kent - samples of tableware for The West House Restaurant, May 2015.

Aylesford Pottery in Kent - samples of tableware for The West House Restaurant, May

Range of ware using tape and wax during the glazing process

Range of ware using tape and wax during the glazing process

Emerging Potters magazine issue 6

Emerging Potters magazine issue 6

Pottery Ideas

RAKU ware made by Gemma Dunn at Aylesford Pottery

RAKU ware made by Gemma Dunn at Aylesford Pottery

The Michelin Star West House Restaurant in Biddenden, Kent who have commissioned tableware from Aylesford Pottery

The Michelin Star West House Restaurant in Biddenden, Kent who have commissioned tableware from Aylesford Pottery

Blue Plaque awarded to David Leach who founded the pottery in 1954. Guest of honour was his son the potter John Leach. Also in pic are Alan Parris and Billy Byles the potters who run Aylesford Pottery today. 20 February 2015.

Blue Plaque awarded to David Leach who founded the pottery in Guest of honour was his son the potter John Leach. Also in pic are Alan Parris and Billy Byles the potters who run Aylesford Pottery today.

Kitchen ware from Aylesford Pottery

Kitchen ware from Aylesford Pottery

Oct dec 2016 pdf ep

Oct Dec 2016 ep Emerging Potters magazine For students of ceramics and those with an interest in ceramics. In this issue are degree shows and the work of Pottery Associations, plus a mix of case studies.

'Aylesford Blue' ware from Aylesford pottery

'Aylesford Blue' ware from Aylesford pottery

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