Pot­tery in Barbados

Pot­tery In Barbados

Pot­tery in Bar­ba­dos has always been embed­ded deep in its his­tory, dat­ing back to the days of slav­ery and the 17th and 18th cen­tury. Now it is a keen attrac­tion of vis­i­tors to the island to tour and explore, as well as locals espe­cially chil­dren. Most pot­tery loca­tions have ready done pieces avail­able for pur­chase, while oth­ers you can order what you desire.


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List of Pot­ter­ies in Barbados

This is by no means an exhaus­tive list, but below you will find some of the more pop­u­lar pot­tery loca­tions across the island.

· Earth­works Pot­tery Barbados

Tel: (246) 4250223

Estab­lished in 1983, the pot­tery cre­ated by this renowned loca­tion is ideal for homes and restau­rants, with a vari­ety of plates, plat­ters, bowls, coast­ers and vases. In addi­tion to tak­ing per­sonal orders and deliv­er­ies, they also allow for the space to be toured dur­ing their open­ing hours.

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· Fair­field Pot­tery and Gallery

Tel: (246) 4243800

With the tal­ented Mag­gie Bell as the main cre­ative force of the pot­tery, Fair­field Pot­tery and Gallery has been pro­duc­ing won­der­ful cre­ative pieces of pot­tery for gen­er­a­tions. It is the largest pot­tery in Bar­ba­dos and their designs are made from mostly local mate­ri­als and are hand crafted and indi­vid­u­ally painted.

· Earth & Fire Workshop

Tel: (246) 4399318

While all Pot­ter­ies have their own unique prod­ucts, Earth and Fire Work­shop is set apart from oth­ers as they pro­duce unique, hand painted fig­urines, mak­ing their cre­ations come alive. Their name is inspired by those three key aspects of ceramic cre­ation: water earth and fire.

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· The Pot Warehouse

Tel: (246) 4294613

The Pot Ware­house offers many dif­fer­ent cre­ations of vary­ing shapes and sizes that cater to both res­i­den­tial and com­mer­cial needs. The pots are avail­able in vibrant colours and are ideal for both indoor and out­door use. It is worth not­ing that their pots are made from the finest col­lec­tion of clays from around the world.

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