Watch hand-thrown ceramics being made at this small pottery located in the village of Uig on the Isle of Skye.
Established in 1992 by Alan Freestone, Uig Pottery specialises in unique yet functional ceramic pieces inspired by the natural beauty of its scenic location overlooking Uig Bay.
Watch as resident artisans create distinctive stoneware by hand or paint pots ready for firing. There is a retail area in the workshop or you can visit the shop Crocks and Rocks in Portree to browse and purchase an extensive selection of our pottery from Uig and Hebridean Jewellery from South Uist. We have a range of Celtic knotwork which includes the traditional Scottish cup, the quaich, and we offer a special service painting names and dates on a quaich to produce a wedding quaich, a special birthday quaich or a birth quaich.
We offer a worldwide postal service for those who prefer not to carry home their purchases.
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