Ceramics enthusiasts are being invited to attend the first-ever Makers Market at Gladstone Pottery Museum.
This brand-new free event will take place on Saturday 25 February between 11 am and 4 pm.
Come to our Victorian Pottery site, and see hand-produced ceramic pieces within its historic walls. Works on display for sale will include previous contestants from the hit television series The Great Pottery Throw Down.
Confirmed ceramic makers attending include Burslem Pottery, Six Towns Gin plus former Throw Down contestants Tom Demeranville, Jennifer Cobb, Henry Moore, Jacob Chan and Lucinda Lovesey.
Cllr Lorraine Beardmore, cabinet member for culture, leisure and public health said:
“We are delighted to be hosting the first-ever ceramics makers market at Gladstone Pottery Museum.
“This is the perfect opportunity for pottery and ceramics enthusiasts to come and see some fantastic, original work from a host of vendors and we are delighted to welcome back some of the previous contestants of The Great Pottery Throw Down.
“We hope to make this event an annual event if it proves successful with visitors to the museum.”
Entry to the Makers Market will be free, plus the Museum will also be open to the general public from Wednesday 22 February until Sunday 26 February for half term, with regular admission prices applying.
To find out more about the Ceramics Maker’s Market please visit - https://www.stokemuseums.org.uk/gpm
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