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Kiltrea Bridge Pottery Butter Dish

43.95

The Kiltrea Bridge Pottery Butter Dish makes for the perfect house-warming gift. The intricate detailling with unqiue colour spectrum make for an interesting piece. The quality of the design makes it an investment piece which will last for years in any household.

Michael and his wife Johanna established their Kiltrea studio in 1980 in an area that boasts a proud tradition of pottery-making that can be traced back to 1654. Kiltrea is in an idyllic spot and sits nestled on the banks of the River Urrin, close to the bustling market town of Enniscorthy in County Wexford.

Kiltrea Bridge Pottery Culchie Mug

24.95

Kiltrea Bridge Pottery Culchie Mug. Michael and his wife Johanna established their studio in 1980 in an area that boasts a proud tradition of pottery-making that can be traced back to 1654. Kiltrea is in an idyllic spot and sits nestled on the banks of the River Urrin, close to the bustling market town of Enniscorthy in County Wexford.

Kiltrea Bridge Pottery Fruit Bowl

74.95

The Kiltrea Bridge Pottery Medium Fruit Bowl makes for the perfect house-warming or treat yourself gift. The intricate detailing of the colouring makes it a unique piece for any home. The handles allow for easy carrying when being served to a number of guests.

Michael and his wife Johanna established their Kiltrea Studio in 1980 in an area that boasts a proud tradition of pottery-making that can be traced back to 1654. Kiltrea is in an idyllic spot and sits nestled on the banks of the River Urrin, close to the bustling market town of Enniscorthy in County Wexford.

Kiltrea pottery is distinctive: Michael’s creations are instantly recognisable and possess fluidity, grace and honesty of form. However, as is often the case with anything that looks straightforward, Michael’s work reflects a maker who has immense technical skill and a keen understanding of the material he uses.

Michael’s work displays incredible attention to detail and showcases the sheer organic beauty of the clay he works with; clay which is processed on-site in Kiltrea from raw materials sourced locally in Wexford and from counties Cavan, Cork and Tipperary. Michael researches and experiments with his own unique blends to produce a clay that is of a superior quality, durability and strength.

Dishwasher safe

Kiltrea Bridge Pottery Garlic Pot

37.95

The Kiltrea Bridge Pottery Garlic Pot makes for the perfect house-warming or treat yourself gift. The intricate detailing of the colouring makes it a unique piece for any home. The beautiful Palette glaze is attractive and eye catching.

Michael and his wife Johanna established their Kiltrea Studio in 1980 in an area that boasts a proud tradition of pottery-making that can be traced back to 1654. Kiltrea is in an idyllic spot and sits nestled on the banks of the River Urrin, close to the bustling market town of Enniscorthy in County Wexford.

3.75″ diameter X 2.75″ height

Kiltrea Bridge Pottery Medium Serving Bowl

59.95

The Kiltrea Bridge Pottery Medium Serving Bowl makes for the perfect house-warming or treat yourself gift. The intricate detailing of the colouring makes it a unique piece for any home. The handles allow for easy carrying when being served to a number of guests.

Michael and his wife Johanna established their Kiltrea Studio in 1980 in an area that boasts a proud tradition of pottery-making that can be traced back to 1654. Kiltrea is in an idyllic spot and sits nestled on the banks of the River Urrin, close to the bustling market town of Enniscorthy in County Wexford.

Kiltrea Bridge Pottery Nibbler Jar

84.95

The Kiltrea Bridge Pottery Nibbler Jar makes for the perfect house-warming gift. The intricate detailling with unqiue colour spectrum make for an interesting piece. The quality of the design makes it an investment piece which will last for years in any household.

Michael and his wife Johanna established their Kiltrea studio in 1980 in an area that boasts a proud tradition of pottery-making that can be traced back to 1654. Kiltrea is in an idyllic spot and sits nestled on the banks of the River Urrin, close to the bustling market town of Enniscorthy in County Wexford.

Kiltrea Bridge Pottery Teabag Holder

29.95

The Kiltrea Bridge Pottery Teabag Holder makes for the perfect house-warming gift. The intricate detailling with unqiue colour spectrum make for an interesting piece. The quality of the design makes it an investment piece which will last for years in any household.

Michael and his wife Johanna established their Kiltrea studio in 1980 in an area that boasts a proud tradition of pottery-making that can be traced back to 1654. Kiltrea is in an idyllic spot and sits nestled on the banks of the River Urrin, close to the bustling market town of Enniscorthy in County Wexford.