One of the leading lights in setting up the Whitegold Project, Paul Jackson has agreed to record his process in the making of a new set of ceramic planters commissioned for St Austell’s historic Market House, currently undergoing renovation.

An established and active presence in the Cornish ceramic scene, Paul has been using local materials in stoneware and porcelain, in a salt glaze kiln at his Helland Bridge pottery for over 30 years.  It is here that he is forming the Market House planters using huge moulds built by Brickfield’s resident expert, John Osborne.  

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