Little Wren Pottery is a handmade ceramics studio run by English potter Victoria Baker in the picturesque market town of Northallerton, North Yorkshire focusing on functional yet decorative items for everyday use.

Why does my order take so long?

On each of my listings you’ll find a suggested lead time for completion of orders. The length of time although an estimate often changes and can become longer or shorter.

When you place an order for something bespoke either by email or purchasing a made to order item from the shop it goes into a list. The list is arranged with newest ones coming in at the bottom and older ones float to the top.

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Combined orders

I’ve been getting a few more questions about postage recently, mostly relating to how combined postage orders work. That is when you order multiple pieces from multiple shop listings or want to purchase a set.

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Kiln Maintenance

Just a quick update this week. Unfortunately on Wednesday this week I went to turn on the largest of the three kilns I have only to find that it wasn’t working.

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Instagram

You might know that you can find me over on the photo sharing social media site Instagram. On there I’m known as littlewrenpottery, it’s nice that they allow long usernames! Using this I tend to post photos of day to day working in the studio life or ‘behind the scenes’ shots.

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On the trail of perfect pizza

I’ve been making pizza at home for a while now, mainly because there aren’t any decent pizza shops locally and I wasn’t really feeling like eating from frozen. This dough uses a secret ingredient to help power the yeast and that’s honey.

Pizza dough is surprisingly easy and low maintenance to make ideally it’s best to make the morning you want to eat it. Letting it prove for a long time helps the dough to develop more flavour although if your short on time you can put it together quickly too!

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