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We picked up a leaflet from this site and, as cat lovers, decided to visit.
Although we did buy something from the shop, what made it so individualistic was the welcome we received from a lovely gentleman - who was a bit shocked that one...More
On route to York today we stopped of in a lovely little place called West Burton, in the Yorkshire Dales. We saw a place with the legend "Cat Pottery" on it and decided to pay a visit. It was just someone's house with a workshop/shop...More
As a pottery collector and a cat crazy family we picked up a leaflet on a visit to Hawes and decided to visit. What a little gem this place is. The garden is full of cats which our little dog took a liking to and...More
My wife and I were staying in West Burton, so we (as cat lovers) naturally stopped in to visit. We enjoyed chatting with Michael, who explained how the different kinds of cats were created. We were able to find small pieces that resembled our cats,...More
I can only hope that the vendor was having a bad day, because the welcome was chilly. In fact there was no welcome. As a group of light hearted ladies we were quite surprised by the this. As you would expect the pottery makes cats...More
We visited the shop in August 2017: what a lovely shop and nice cats. We also had a nice talk with the owner Mr.Nichols. Very nice man!
Eventually we just had to buy 2 ceramic cats - Ludwig (natural behaviour of a cat). All the...More
West Burton one of many lovely little hamlets in the magnificent Yorkshire Dales. We found it during a touring day in the Dales and there was a pottery shop focusing of cats. They do have several other animals but cats are the major preoccupation. My...More
OK, having read lots of the reviews, I have a confession to make ( no I am not associated with the pottery ) We have been returning for over 15 years, we now own ( after buying a Holmes ) on Wednesday. We have a...More
The workshop of the pottery is accessed via a lovely garden adorned with great cat sculptures. Think garden gnomes, but MUCH nicer and extremely lovely cats. Each design/pose of cat, and there are quite a few, has a name which I think is delightful. There...More