JMJ Pottery throw bespoke pots and create handmade domestic stoneware and containers to client specifications, which can then be coated in one of their unique, coloured glazes.
Verified by Make Works Derby & Derbyshire March 2018
Large products may have to be thrown in sections due to the limitations of equipment. Some shapes may also move around in the firing process due to the nature of the clay and the design. JMJ Pottery are happy to talk through this process prior to beginning work.
|Turnaround Time||4-6 Weeks|
|Starting Cost||Up to £100|
|Production Access||workshops & classes|
|File Types||Drawings photographs pdf .jpeg|
MaterialsClay Glaze High Temperature Glaze Salt Glaze Plaster Stoneware Clay Paint
ProcessesArtist Fabrication Ceramic Mould Casting Kiln Firing Glazing
MachinesCeramic Tools Kiln Electric Kiln
Video: Make Works Derby and Derbyshire visits JMJ Pottery in Chesterfield.
Janine began working with clay when she was eight years old, since then she has become an experienced thrower who is motivated by her passion for the material and its relaxing influence. JMJ Pottery was a new venture which Janine began in 2001 in her current residence in Brampton, Chesterfield. The location chosen because of its rich history in pottery, which had been somewhat lost over the years. JMJ Pottery wants to bring this technique back into the area through both throwing to client's requirements, and also through teaching the art of throwing and working with clay in bookable workshops.
Contact JMJ Pottery
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140 Chatsworth Road