Ceramic artwork by Burslem Pottery
Available artwork by Burslem Pottery
Hanley Medium Vase - Statues and Commerce - by Burslem Pottery
Burslem Medium Vase - Roof Tops and Angels - by Burslem Pottery
Tunstall Medium Vase - Domes and Paradise - by Burslem Pottery
Fenton Medium Vase - Monuments and Pit Heads - by Burslem Pottery
Longton Medium Vase - Bottles and Bridges - by Burslem Pottery
Stoke Medium Vase - Iron Gates and Villas - by Burslem Pottery
Titanic Hand Painted Medium Ceramic Vase - by Burslem Pottery
The Spode Works Teardrop vase - by Burslem Pottery
Burslem Pottery Large Hand Painted Ginger Jar - by Burslem Pottery
Burslem Small Vase - Rooftops and Angels - by Burslem Pottery
Tunstall Small Vase - Domes and Paradise - by Burslem Pottery
Fenton Small Vase - Monuments and Pit Heads - by Burslem Pottery
Longton Small Vase - Bottles and Bridges - by Burslem Pottery
Stoke Small Vase - Iron Gates and Villas - by Burslem Pottery
Hanley Small Vase - Statues and Commerce - by Burslem Pottery
Titanic Hand Painted Small Ceramic Vase - by Burslem Pottery
Titanic Hand Painted Ceramic Double Wall Tile - by Burslem Pottery
Burslem Pottery Favourite Medium
About Burslem Pottery
Hand Made pottery from Burslem, Stoke on Trent.
Burslem Pottery was originally set up as an offshoot of Cobridge Stoneware,which ran for a time as a sister company to Moorcroft.The present owner of Burslem Pottery is Tracy Bentley who was one of the artists at the inception of Cobridge Stoneware,she also worked for a while at Moorcroft.
Tracy and Steve continue to make a bird and animal range from casings and moulds originally designed by highly collected and respected modeller Andrew Hull.
They also hand draw, scraffitto and hand paint each stoneware pot in the same manner as the Cobridge Stoneware days. Each piece is unique and has a wonderfully handled earthyness to it.
Barewall says: "We are delighted to be able to sell the beautiful unique stoneware pots made by Burslem Pottery just opposite our galley in Burslem Town Centre. Their pots have a quality that is earthy, that demand to be handled, the drawings often tell stories, and make an emotional connection with the viewer. There simply is no other pottery studio producing these kind of pots."