Tyrii Pottery

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Pottery Jar Lidded Pots Bowls
Lobster Plate Tide Clocks Fish Dish
Cups and Saucers Hare Dish Necklaces
Fish Hanger Jars with Stoppers Fish Hangers
Pottery Jar

Tyrii Pottery began in 1997 on the small Island of Tiree in the Inner Hebrides. The spelling Tyrii comes from Alan Stevenson's maps used during the building of Skerryvore Lighthouse in 1836. The family business is run by mother and daughter, Jean and Helen who produce earthenware pottery in vibrant colours.

They make a large range of pots from planters to oven dishes, mugs to tide clocks and plates to tiles. Each piece is hand-made and decorated with a large variety of designs inspired by their surroundings.

Tyrii Pottery is sold exclusively at the workshop which is open all year round.

 

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