Production Specifics

JMJ Pottery adapt to the limitations of their workshop, thus, large pieces can simply be thrown in sections. They can also make distorted shapes, however clients must take into account that the clay can move throughout the firing process. Other than these, Janine and her team of apprentices are always ready to help develop your ideas.

Turnaround Time4-6 Weeks
Starting CostUp to £100
Production Access workshops & classes
File Typespdf, jpeg


Ceramics Stoneware Clay Clay Smooth Clay High Temperature Glaze Glaze Porcelain Clay


Firing Glazing Throwing Wheel Throwing Ceramics


Electric Kiln Kiln Potters Wheel Pug Mill

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Large Businesses
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General Public


Bespoke 1-offs
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Video: Make Works Derby and Derbyshire visits JMJ Pottery in Chesterfield

Company History

Janine Mannion-Jones started JMJ Pottery at the age of 40 after teaching Home Economics/ Food and Nutrition for 18 years. Janine believes passionately in the links between her field of teaching, and the processes of pottery which is evident in her studio production. Janine studied a National Diploma in Three Dimensional Studies, and attended night classes, before setting up her studio/workshop. Janine has potted since the age of 8, and feels that her passion for the processes and materials involved is central to her business. JMJ Pottery moved to their current address in Brampton, Chesterfield in 2001, this location has been a hub for potteries since the 18th century. JMJ Pottery not only produces bespoke ceramics, but they also teach others how to turn their ideas into physical objects through the process of throwing on a wheel. Janine has a love for creating unique items, and supporting others in the fruition of their ideas.

Contact JMJ Pottery

ContactJanine Mannion-Jones
Owner/ landlady
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AddressJMJ Pottery
140 Chatsworth Road
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