The stone-walled buildings of Gwili Pottery are set amongst low hills and green valleys, five miles north of the ancient township of Carmarthen. Here a team of skilled craftsmen produces an abundant variety of high quality wares in the time-honored tradition of ceramic art.
At present the pottery supplies around 20 shops and galleries throughout Britain as well as attracting large numbers of visitors to the pottery itself.
Each piece is unique and formed from white earthenware clay. When dry, paper or latex resists are used as shapes over which combinations of coloured slips are then applied. Shape, pattern, texture and colour are all integral to the final design be the starting point fish, fruit, flowers, shells or abstract.
Visitors to the gallery and workshop are warmly welcomed.