A beautiful Urn created for an inspring new garden at Barnsdale Gardens in memory of Geoff Hamilton.
Our knowledge and process mean we are often asked to produce architectural features, including chimney pots, ridge tiles, fountains and floor tiles.
We are very happy to have worked with The Daily Mail to produce over 8000 ceramic poppy brooches to commemorate the lives lost in The First World War
"Blood Swept Lands and Sea of Red" for the Tower of London in 2014
Whichford Pottery are proud to have been a part of making the thousands of poppies for the installation "Blood Swept Lands and Sea of Red" for the Tower of London in 2014. Our team at the Pottery made 97,500 of the ceramic poppies that stood in the moat at the tower to mark the 100 year anniversary of the beginning of World War One.
We were delighted to be asked to design and produce coloured flowerpots for Stourhead, National Trust
Alan Titchmarsh commissioned a statue of Humphry Repton, the last great landscaper of the 18th Century
The Longborough Festival Opera commissioned three statues, Mozart, Verdi and Wagner
The challenges in size and the nature of clay meant the process tested our team to the limit but the final pieces are a remarkable testament to Whichford's skill and experience.