Wonderful pottery in dingle

If you are keen to get your hand on some  wonderful pottery in Dingle then come  over to us in Annascaul. We export all over the  world and would love to invite you to look at the great array of pottery. Have lunch or breakfast  or a coffee at “Aido’s”  Annascaul Cafe and Pottery when you are here. 

Aoife Phelan still produces a great combination of  pottery and  has  her own unique style of art and design.  

 Visit us her in Annascaul  and you will get an insight into the creative and pottery handmade process from  throwing, turning on the potter’s wheel through to waxing, glazing, banding and decoration.  If you want a  job of wedging  then we can show  you that also  This is all done before the firing of each unique and bespoke piece.  We  have some pottery items on our online store here 

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History of Annascaul pottery

Annascaul Pottery  is now run by Aoife Phelan and Aidan Gillespie, Annascaul, Dingle (Tel 086 803 5464. Aoife’s mother set up the pottery in the late 70s with her husband Niall where they produced and sold the pottery in the village and also in Dingle at Dick Macks Yard , Green Street, .  Zack toook over the business in 2002 and worked here until 2016. 

Aoife’s connection to the area of Annancaul and surrounding inch, and dingle
 

Pottery in Annascaul 

 

Annascaul is a fitting place for a pottery. Based in her workshop and studio in the village of Annascaul on the Dingle Peninsula,

Co. Kerry, Aoife Phelan designs, hand makes and hand decorates his range of individually crafted ceramics. 

 

Annascaul is a  fitting place to any pottery tour. Surrounded by prehistoric and early Christian archeological sites, the cafe and show rooms and workshop buildings cling to the sloping hill sof Meelin which looks over Inch Beach and the Iveragh Peninsula. Aoife learn her craft in Thomastown and form her mother Monica Phelan. She has  become one of country’s most original and interesting potters  

 

Aoife offers and implements poetry and decals in her pieces and  will offer 2 glazes. She has a delicate brushstroke provides design and trim. Her jade green celadon color  greenware or “green ware” is the glaze  she is using in 2023