Oxford Ceramics Fair is returning to St Edward’s for this longstanding event, favourite with makers and buyers alike.
This year Craft Potters Association will present more exhibitors than ever before. As usual, the show will include a full program of talks and demonstrations in the beautiful John Pawson designed pavillion.
Oxford Ceramics Fair presents mainly British studio ceramics but there are European potters as well. It is know for its incredibly high standard of work, very knowledgeable visitors and great atmosphere.
Amongst the exhibitors you will find leading British studio pottery makes. For instance: Anna Lambert, Svend Bayer, Lisa Hammond, Sue Hannah, Tony Laverick, Karen Bunting. In addition, CPA will also present a number of emerging makers. Therefore you can expect an interesting selection of various pottery techniques and styles.
I am delighted to say that will be exhibiting at Oxford Ceramics Fair for the first time!
26th – 27th October
St Edward’s School, Oxford, OX2 7NN
St Edward’s School is just over a mile from Oxford city centre. There is visitors parking for those driving.
Moreover, the school refectory will be open for snacks and hot and cold drinks
Saturday 10.00 – 17.00
Sunday 10.00 – 17.00
This event tends to get very busy with visitors.
Admission is just £5.00. You can buy tickets at the door or online by visiting:
Earth and Fire International Ceramic Fair is one of UK’s most popular handmade pottery events. It takes place every year at the end of June in Welbeck, North Nottinghamshire. Welbeck Estate, houses The Harley Gallery, The Portland Collection and an array of artist studios.
Earth & Fire showcases over 135 potters from across the UK and mainland Europe who come to sell direct to the public from outdoor market stalls.
This event attracts collectors, gallery owners, enthusiasts as well as the general public. It is certainly a great opportunity to meet and talk to the potters, selling everything from decorative and functional pieces, sculptures, coffee mugs, bowls, teapots, plates and egg cups and even garden planters.
There will also be a full programme of talks and demonstrations by well known British potters. For instance, slab building with porcelain with Roger Cockram, making square vessels on the wheel by James Hake, handbuilding birds and beasts by Jennie Hale.
visiting the show
The Harley Gallery is situated on the Welbeck Estate, Nottinghamshire, close to the Derbyshire border. If you are coming by car, there is free parking available onsite.
Earth and Fire Ceramic Fair is on a level site accessible to users of wheelchairs and those with restricted mobility.
Opening times are 10.00- 17.00 daily.
For more information on the show, list of exhibitors and tickets please visit: