The Leach Pottery

Lambley, Alex
May 2013
Ceramics Technical;May-Oct2013, Issue 36, p28
Trade Publication
The article focuses on Leach Pottery, a studio located in Cornwall, England that was opened by English potter Bernard Leach and Japanese potter Shōji Hamada in 1920. The article discusses the studio's status as a Charitable Trust, the studio's role as both a museum and gallery in addition to its primary purpose and the East-Asian influences found in the architecture and art due to Leach's time in Japan. The article goes on to discuss the Leach Pottery tableware as designed by Creative Director Jack Doherty and potters who work in the studio.


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