Virtual Ceramic Craft Fair

On September 19 the 2020 Whitegold Festival of Clay was due to take place in St Austell town centre with a vibrant craft fair of ceramic makers right at its heart.

Despite global circumstances making it difficult to physically gather together in person,  we wanted to keep the spirit of the craft fair alive as part of ‘Window into Whitegold’.   We’re delighted therefore to be able to showcase the work of a selection of fantastic ceramicists and studio potters in our ‘virtual craft fair’.

All featured makers have a ‘virtual pitch’ below, with links to their own websites and shops.

Have a browse and feel inspired to make a ceramic purchase today!

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Virtual Ceramic Craft Fair: Popalini & Jezando

Popalini & Jezando make collaboratively designed, wheel-thrown pots: stoneware teaware and slipped terracotta tableware. They are influenced by the traditional pots of…

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Virtual Ceramic Craft Fair: Julia Crimmen

With the encouragement of my family, I returned to education and studied a foundation diploma in Art and Design at […]

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Virtual Ceramic Craft Fair: Lucy Joines

I primarily work in ceramics thrown on the wheel, creating three dimensional forms using a local stoneware clay. I then […]

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Virtual Ceramic Craft Fair: Bill Jones

I make traditional style country pottery consisting of garden pots and kitchen tableware all hand-thrown on the potter’s wheel and […]

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Virtual Ceramic Craft Fair: Catherine Lucktaylor

Exquisitely crafted one of a kind pinched and coiled bowls and vessels embody the wild beauty of the Cornish landscape […]

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Virtual Ceramic Craft Fair: Anna Walters

My work is inspired by the landscapes and seascapes that surround me here, in West Cornwall. I enjoy noticing small details […]