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Sunday, 19 September 2010

Crail Pottery

Crail is a small town in the East Neuk of Fife. It is situated south of St Andrews on the east coast of Scotland. My husband, Rob, and I visited on a recent holiday in the area. We had fun exploring the harbour, pottery, and shops, eating ice cream, and just wandering around taking in the scenery and pretty cottages and houses in the town.

Crail Pottery is well worth a visit if you like handmade ceramics, earthenware and pottery. It is run by, and features the work of, the Grieve family. There were a number of styles, from terracotta herb planters to ornamental pieces featuring decorative patterns and glazes, to plain, but beautiful, everyday pieces.

Rob chose this cup and saucer.

And I picked this one. Ideal for morning coffee!
They cost £12.50 each.

Here is part of the interior of the shop. There is quite a lot more to see inside, plus an outside area.

Here is Crail Harbour.

Report by Julia of Love Buttons HQ.

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