Jennifer Rae

Frostproof garden ceramics and a new range of colourful domestic ware can be viewed. Old favourites like animal gargoyles and beasties contrast with teapots, jugs and other functional but decorative items for use around the home. Ideas originate from nature and work of early potters; from the landscape, geology and clay itself.

51 George Govan Road CUPAR KY15 4GY
Telephone: 01334 655002
Email: pottering51 [at] gmail.com
Website: http://na
Other Opening Times: By appointment
Directions: From the middle of Cupar heading west, pass Elmwood College on right, Bell Baxter High on left. Turn left at the black and gold sign indicating entrance to The Drum and follow the road round to left after Rosturk Nursing Home, round play area into a double cul-de-sac. Go right and follow signs.
Access: Park in parking areas and on driveway. No wheelchair access unfortunately but toilet is available. Seats in the garden for the weary .
Points of Interest: Good walks for dog owners across main road and into little wood. Follow the ancient path down avenue of trees behind Elmwood. There is a pleasant open area of grass and trees managed by Elmwood College.
White stoneware jug embossed with under glaze decoration
Dishwaher safe stoneware mugsOld favourites, frost proof garden owls - can be made to order in different scalesTall slip decorated floor pots suitable for dried flower displays. These are unglazed and frost proof and can be left outsideCheeky hand-painted one-off small birds, some in porcelain, others in white stonewareColourfully rimmed tealight dishes with pooled glass - suitable as an affordable giftA range of animal and human frost proof caricatures - designed to hang on walls outside but could be displayed inside too.eBirdbaths made to order in varying scales - applied decoration  with added coloured slips - fully frost proof