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New Loaf Pottery mug range - the perfect Christmas present

Updated: Nov 22, 2018

Loaf Pottery ceramic mug collection

We are delighted to launch our new Loaf Pottery ceramic mug collection. Available in 4 colours - Buttercup, Blush, Sage and Sky - mugs are priced at £12 each or £44 for a set of 4. There is also a special gift set available which includes a pot of delicious Refuge Hot Chocolate. Bought individually or part of a set, our unique mugs would make the perfect stocking filler this Christmas.

Loaf Pottery is a new social enterprise business located in the heart of Crawfordsburn, Co. Down. All pottery is handcrafted by our in house potter Joshua Lyness and has been crafted with care on the potter's wheel, before being hand glazed and fired on the kiln. At Loaf Pottery we believe pots should be like twins, they may look similar but each has it's own unique character. These

subtle differences are shown by the throwing rings on the outside of the pot which mark where the potters’ hands have been as he was working on the wheel. From ball of clay, to finished pot, we lovingly design, sculpt, and refine each pot over 27 times to get each one just right.

All profits from Loaf Pottery go back into the work of NOW Group, an award-winning social enterprise that supports people with learning difficulties and autism into jobs with a future. We offer our participants the opportunity to work along with our potter to explore their creativity and develop new skills while helping them to create our pots. Our participants also work in our café, learning customer service skills, gaining catering experience and building confidence for future employment.

You can buy mugs online here or from our stockists:

Loaf Pottery and Coffee Shop, 24 Main Street, Crawfordsburn, BT19 1JE

The Bobbin, Belfast City Hall, Donegall Square, Belfast, BT1 5GS

Loaf Café Bakery, 307 Grosvenor Road, Belfast, BT12 4LP

The Handcraft Gallery, Unit 3 The Precinct, South Street, Newtownards, BT23 4JT

We Make Good Pop Up, 1 Haymarket, Smithfield Square, Dublin



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