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Anvil Pottery supplies replica pots to re-enactment groups, museum displays and for retail sale at :-

 

St Fagans, Cardiff, S Wales.

Blaenavon Iron Works, Torvaen, South Wales.

The Judges Lodgings, Presteign.

Alice in Wonderland Museum, Llandudno.

Ruthin Castle and Nant Clwyd House, Ruthin.

Oriel Mon, Llangefni, Anglesey.

Lion Salt Works, Northwich, Cheshire.

 

We also supply various retreat houses such as St Beunos, St Asaph; Loyola Hall, Prescott and Coleg-y-Groes, Corwen with chalices, jugs, patens, crosses and altar sets.

Anvil Pottery has been working with Andrew and Annelise Fielding as a consultant on working copies of archaeological ceramic salt pans, salt ovens and hearths used for evaporating brine from the Iron Age and Roman periods.

 

Together with Andrew and Annelise we have built a small ceramic fibre salt glazing kiln, which was been demonstrated at the Clay Art weekend in 2005. See Clay Art video.

 

We have salt glazed crosses for a special Salt Sunday event inspired by the Bishop of Birkenhead to be held at the Lion Salt Works on Sunday 17th May 2009.  

See video of croses being salt glazed.

 

Watch four stages in the throwing,, building, decorating, firing and glazing of a salt dolly. Video made by Andrew Fielding and posted on Youtube.

 

Part 1 - Throwing the body and throat.

Part 2 - Assembling the body and throat

Part 3 - Decoratiing

Part 4 - Firing and Glazing

 

St Dyfnog’s Church and Holy Well

 

Welcome to Denbigh

 

The Cistertian  Way - Llanrhaeadr

 

A&A Fielding Ltd

 

 

Download an  audioguide here.

It was produced by our local web hosts - Net-Work Internet Ltd, at Rhewl, Denbighshire which was identified by the Daily Telegraph as one of the top five travel web sites in the country in Nov 2009 and featured on BBC Radio Wales.