|Now, here are some links to well known Irish pottery
Zac Phelan's hand made pottery from Dingle, Co.Kerry, Ieland
A famous range of traditional style Fine Parian china pottery from the banks of the river Erne in Co. Fermanagh. Belleek is a well known international brand.
Stephen Pearce Pottery
Famous Co. Cork based Pottery Designer Stephen Pearse works from the Old Pottery & Showroom in Shanagarry. Stephen Pearce Pottery is 100% organic as all our pieces contain no lead, cadmium or other non- organic ingredients..
Jane Forrester has designed and produced, with a small team of helpers, uniquely colourful high-fired stoneware pots, renowned for their durability and timeless style.
Again from Co. Cork. Must be the pottery capital of ireland.
Famous Irish Designer Louis Mulcahy who moved his premesis from Dublin to Dingle, and in 2004 became the first Irish craftsman ever to receive an honorary degree from the National University of Ireland in recognition of his artistry and the prosperity it has brought to his community,
The beautiful Kylemore Abbey in it's idyllic setting in Connemara sells it's own styles of Irish pottery.
O'Riain Pottery was established in 1998 by master craftsman John Ryan. We are situated in the heartland of south county Sligo. John makes both functional and decorative stoneware pottery, drawing inspiration from the surrounding rural landscape.
Kara Irish Pottery
In the late 1990's Ann Mullan-Karakatsanis, a native of Derry City, Boston, Co. Massachusetts and set up Kara Irish Pottery.