• ethical Handmade Stoneware Milk Jug- Edge and Company
  • Handmade Stoneware Milk Jug- Edge and Company

Handmade Stoneware Milk Jug

Ethically and carefully handcrafted by Parkwood Pottery – a team of skilled potters living with learning disabilities. Our milk jugs are made from stoneware and finished with a sky blue matt glaze with a white interior. Beautiful and tactile these make the perfect addition to your breakfast table

 

As these are made in small batches, there is a limited availability so first come first served.

 

Due to the handmade nature of this product there will be natural variations in shape and colour.

 

  • Handmade in Alfreton, Derbyshire
  • Handcrafted from stoneware
  • 280ml Height 9.5cm x Dia 7.5cm
  • Care instructions: Dishwasher safe

Additional information

Weight 0.75 kg
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£18

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Ethically and carefully handcrafted by Parkwood Pottery – a team of skilled potters living with learning disabilities. Our milk jugs are made from stoneware and finished with a sky blue matt glaze with a white interior. Beautiful and tactile these make the perfect addition to your breakfast table

 

As these are made in small batches, there is a limited availability so first come first served.

 

Due to the handmade nature of this product there will be natural variations in shape and colour.

 

  • Handmade in Alfreton, Derbyshire
  • Handcrafted from stoneware
  • 280ml Height 9.5cm x Dia 7.5cm
  • Care instructions: Dishwasher safe

Additional information

Weight 0.75 kg
Buying Policy Filter

Made in the UK

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Parkwood Pottery

Parkwood Pottery is a self-funding project within Parkwood Centre in Alfreton, a Derbyshire County Council centre for adults with learning disabilities.

Since 2007, their ethos has been celebrating and developing the skills of their team of potters, both individually and as a successful small business. By providing training in pottery skills and supported work experience, they offer opportunities for developing individual creativity, confidence, social skills and team working.

Photo © Parkwood Pottery

 

Read our Behind the Brand interview with Parkwood Pottery HERE