Winton Pottery is situated in the stables building of Winton House. The House itself dates from the first half of the 17th century, though some parts are considerably older. The stables buildings appear to be late 18th century, built of a beautiful iron-spattered sandstone. The space retains many of the original features including iron-framed timber stalls, ceramic wall-tiles and various items of equipment and fittings. The stalls themselves form convenient divisions of the space into areas for the kiln, for throwing and for display.

the manger

harness bracket

cast iron end to stable bay

Iron ring in wall tiles

Ceramics were first produced here at the beginning of the 1970's: Marg Hall began full production some years later and has continued ever since, producing a range of domestic and decorative wares much sought after by at least two generations of customers.

saddle tree