Pottery studio, creative hub & artisan shop.

34 St. Martins Street, Wallingford OX10 0ED

EmilyJane Ceramics

'Ocean' storage jars by Emily Jane Ceramics Sculptural component by Emily Jane Ceramics 'Ocean' plantpot by Emily Jane Ceramics
Rustic plantpot by Emily Jane Ceramics 'Ocean' bud vases by Emily Jane Ceramics Pendant lampshade by Emily Jane Ceramics
New mug glaze by Emily Jane Ceramics New mugs fresh out of the kiln by Emily Jane Ceramics Glazed mug by Emily Jane Ceramics
'Allsorts Pig' by Emily Jane Ceramics 'Pebbles' by Emily Jane Ceramics Mounted ceramic fish by Emily Jane Ceramics
'Holey Bowley' by Emily Jane Ceramics 'Holey Bowleys' by Emily Jane Ceramics 'Holey Bowleys' by Emily Jane Ceramics
Porcelain pendants in silver mounts by Emily Jane Ceramics Artist's palette by Emily Jane Ceramics 'Shell dish' by Emily Jane Ceramics
Soap dispenser by Emily Jane Ceramics Porcelain studs with gold lustre by Emily Jane Ceramics Legged plantpot by Emily Jane Ceramics
Derek Pothead by Emily Jane Ceramics. Col-Plunket  Pothead by Emily Jane Ceramics. Mary-Jane Pothead by Emily Jane Ceramics, shown with Venus Flytrap as hair. Nigel Pothead by Emily Jane Ceramics, shown with Aloe Vera as hair.
Estelle Pothead by Emily Jane Ceramics, shown with Senecio radicans as hair. Aunt Gladys Pothead by Emily Jane Ceramics. Carlos Pothead by Emily Jane Ceramics.



Emily grew up in the Wallingford area, only relocating for a short while to Wales to gain a degree in Fine Art Sculpture. She has built on her passion over the past years, creating her own unique style in pottery and now, having created The Potter's Wheel in the heart of Wallingford, she hopes to share her passion for pottery as well as to support and work with local artists to bring a buzzing creative hub to the town.

Emily's clay journey started while creating her body of work for her final degree show at Swansea Metropolitan University. She was looking for a material that had endless limits in creating and holding tactile forms and patterns. After discovering clay towards the end of her degree, on returning home she signed up to a variety of pottery courses which only fuelled her addiction towards this sticky mud. Emily was soon spending every spare minute in a spidery summer house honing her skills and beginning to create her small business.

A few years down the line, having now taken over the whole summer house and driving her parents crazy with clay debris left around the house, she moved into Ayres House Studios in Wallingford. There, with the extra studio space, she was able to take on small batch commissions for local coffee shops and restaurants, as well as to start selling at local markets and art fairs such as Handmade in Britain.

Emily has also worked on TV sets as a pottery advisor, as well as creating a variety of bespoke sculptures for filming.
More will be revealed on that in due course!

If you pop by The Potter's Wheel, the chances are you may see Emily busily working away at her pottery wheel
or glazing a new batch of pots ready to fire in the kilns. Do step in and say "Hello!".

She looks forward to seeing you!

Please note that EmilyJane Ceramics does not offer an external firing service.

In addition to The Potter's Wheel retail outlet, a selection of EmilyJane ceramics are available for online purchase at ETSY:

Etsy roundel link to the EmilyJaneCeramics Etsy shop.

EmilyJane ceramics are also available at occasional markets in the area local to Wallingford.

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