One of the most important factors of serving up a great Hotpot is having the right dish and Nigel has researched this in detail to create a pot in the traditional way, hand thrown from stoneware clay.
Recently Nigel has turned to the experience and knowledge of Hook Norton Pottery, owned and run by Russell Collins in Oxfordshire.
- Large Hotpot Dish - £15.95
- Set of 3, includes Hotpot Dish and 2 side dishes - £32.95
- Medium plate to serve - £11.75
- Large plate to serve - £14.50
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A History of Hook Norton Pottery
Hook Norton Pottery is owned and run by Russell Collins. Russell studied at Harrow Art School and has worked with renowned potters such as Norah Bradon, Mick Casson, Colin Pearson and David Leach.
Russell has been producing hand-thrown pots at Hook Norton Pottery since establishing his workshop in 1969. During that time his work has established both a national and international reputation.
The pottery is situated on the edge of England's beautiful Cotswolds and is housed in specially converted farm buildings dating back to the 17th Century.
A team of potters participate in all stages of production which includes throwing on a traditional potters wheel, decorating, and glazing the pots as well as kiln firing.
Finished work can be seen in the gallery which is open all year round. Visitors are welcome to look around both here and in the workshop.
For more information on the pottery, visit www.hooknortonpottery.co.uk
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