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The workshop occupies what once were the smiths’ forges. The workbench, tool rack and the housing for the forge bellows are still intact.

 

The kiln and glaze area are housed in the former shoeing bay, where some twenty horses a day were shod.

 

 

Anvil Pottery is situated in the small Denbighshire village of Llanrhaeadr-yng-Nghinmeirch, between Denbigh and Ruthin in Denbighshire, North Wales.

 

The pottery is based in the old village smithy, which is over two hundred years old.

You can now catch up on our projects and special commissions through the Blog page.

Visit us and watch pots being made.

 

Click here to see where we are on the map .

 

See how we make pots in the Youtube videos on our Links page.

 

Please feel free to call into the pottery between the hours of 9 am and 5 pm Monday to Saturday.

 

We are potters not computer experts. Email contacts are answered on our behalf and forwarded on to us. We apologise in advance for any delay in replying. However try calling us on the telephone during opening hours.

 

01745-890532