The potter makes simple, practical plates, bowls and other tableware. Nowadays, though, her own range is just one part of the diverse offering at her store. You can browse and buy online, but you’ll have more fun in store.
There’s a huge range of houseplants; coffee table books to flip through; and candles and soaps to smell. Larger items include rustic timber and leather chairs, free-standing lamps, and ornate mirrors. The stock is rounded out with kitchen utensils, cushions and the occasional knick-knack.
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