Welcome to the Meadowcroft Pottery Website
Pottery is located in the village of Askett, Near Princes Risborough
Chris Bull is
the potter working there, and she produces many types of work, including
stoneware, raku and earthenware for garden, domestic, commemorative
and decorative use.
free to browse the site, reading about Chris and her background,
and to look at examples of her work.
Her clients include our local Chiltern Brewery, for whom she supplies their mugs and jugs, and the Science Museum who commissioned her to make this giant teapot for science demonstrations to children.
She has also completed a commission for The Narrative, who specified and sourced fixtures and fittings for the new Perkin Reveller restaurant near Tower Bridge.
Chris originally supplied 100 beer jugs and 200 beakers. These images show the first batch ready for packing, jugs installed at the restaurant and a view of the restaurant from Tower Bridge............. A number of their customers have requested personalised replicas as mementos of their vist to the restaurant.
More recently, she has been commissioned by Gold Medalwinners at the 2015 Tatton Park RHS SHow, JarmanMurphy to design and produce a number of garden pots for the reception area of one of their clients. These pots can be viewed HERE
Meadowcroft Pottery can also offer a pottery equipment repair and maintenance service, including kilns, wheels etc.
For those Raku firers and Balloonists out there, the Meadowcroft Pottery has a weather station which shows the current weather conditions at Askett. Please click HERE for more information.
If you have an iPhone you can get the current weather from HERE (It is supposed to work on an Android phone as well..... )