Category Archives: Makers

Jocelyn Rodber Pardoe is retiring…

Our gifted and brilliant jeweller, Jocelyn Rodber Pardoe, retires at the end of this week and we will not be showing her work after this weekend. Thank you for eleven happy years selling her work at Sladers Yard and forty-one … Continue reading

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New Richard Batterham pots

New Richard Batterham pots have arrived and can be viewed here. They are on show in the gallery and can be bought and sent out to customers in time for Christmas.  Please call us on 01308 459511 or email gallery@sladersyard.co.uk … Continue reading

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New Richard Batterham pots added to exhibition!

We are very pleased to have added 28 new pots to Richard Batterham’s current exhibition, here until 19 July.  Including some Large pots and some very small ones, the new pots have just been fired and can be viewed here.

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Fresh new ceramics on show now!

Sue Ure ceramics Now on show at Sladers Yard! Looking for a fresh idea for a present?  Or do you need a little something for yourself? Sue Ure’s finely thrown porcelain and white stoneware ceramics are affordable, practical and a joy to … Continue reading

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Missprint Silk Lampshades Half Price!

A selection of Missprint's stunning designer silk lampshades are half price at Sladers Yard! Continue reading

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Fabulous Richard Batterham show opens Saturday

A stunning collection of over sixty pieces of Richard Batterham’s recent pottery will be in the Dorset Now exhibition at Sladers Yard from 3 May to 29 June 2014.  Potter Richard Batterham is probably this country’s leading maker of domestic stoneware. He fires his pots with … Continue reading

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Svend Bayer – Ceramicist Extrodinare

To a packed out audience Svend showed us his beautiful film which captured the story behind the man and his pots. When Svend returned to the UK from studying in Japan his aim was to create utensils for everyday use at a reasonable price, however, with a family … Continue reading

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