jenny melville, our potter
drin pottery is Jenny Melville. An Irish potter living in the rolling hills of Country Down.
Inspired by nature, claimed from the earth, crafted by hand.
All our pottery is made by hand - no factories, no moulds, no production line, just hands inspired by the heart.
Everything is hand crafted, glazed, decorated and fired by Jenny, in her home studio.
Jenny gets inspiration from the landscape around her, from living her life, from wanting to cherish the 'little moments'.
the pottery range
what our pottery would say
if our pottery could speak - it can't, but if it could...it would say 'use me, touch me'.
Please don't put drin pottery on the sideboard beside the Royal Doulton. It wants to be on your kitchen table. It wants to be touched everyday.
It wants hot coffee sipped from it, cold salty butter stored in it, moist chocolate cake devoured from it, kids slurping porridge from it, summer strawberries tipped into it....
We make it so you will use it. Yes it will break if you drop it on the floor, but it won't break if put in the dish-washer and it won't crack when stacked in the cupboard.
Use it, enjoy it, life's too short.
We have no planned events in the next few weeks. But you can visit our studio at any time, ands don't forget we are now stocked in Strawberry Fair in Strangford, Co Down.
Monthly Archives: December 2011
Are you wishing Santa will bring you a favourite car and personalised number plate? If not why not have your own personalised number plate in clay, the registration is up to you, a great gift for those big birthdays!!!!
Apples is a new design, inspired by the apple trees in the garden which hopefully will be more bountiful in years to come now we have got good advice about pruning from a tree surgeon friend. The design incorporates the … Continue reading
Santa and his reindeers are getting ready for Christmas!
This time in blues with great shell shaped handles.
Platters were a new thing for this year, all individual and no two the same. A very stylish way to set off your mincepies and shortbread.
The snow has finally caught us, but enjoy it, love it and drive carefully!
Angels have proved a firm favourite again this year, they come in various colours and msot people keep them out all year round. Love your angel all year not just for Christmas-and a perfect gift for something different.