Beautiful Birdies

Hope you are having a great day, the sun is shining and it’s lovely day here – a sign that Spring has sprung. We’re heading off to the pottery bench again this afternoon but thought that we would send you a little update on the birdies.

birds in th hand

Some of the birds left the nest last week, how fantastic – thank you if you were one of the folks who made an order. 🙂 We still have some available – which is great news if you thought that you had missed your chance, because we only made 30 little birds in our first batch. If you are looking for a different gift to give for Easter presents then why not think about our little birdies… or just treat yourself!


They are still a sweet little £2.50 each. Great value for such a high quality, porcelain, handmade gift. During the making process each bird has been fired twice in the kiln and each received a touch of yellow or orange glaze on their beak and a shimmer of clear glaze in places to pick out the details. They are packaged individually and presented beautifully, so they make a lovely present.

We have had to revise our prices on postage though. It’s not as cheap as we first thought to send something by post these days! So we had a little surprise when we sent some birds to their new homes last week! The postage costs now starts at £2.50 (UK postage) but that covers you for a maximum of 3 birds, so you could order 3 little birds and have them delivered to you for just £10, which is a great price really.

Each little bird is unique and handmade with love and attention to detail in Stoke on Trent, the home of The Potteries.

Each one looks lovely sitting on a shelf as an individual lone birdy, but we think that they look great arranged in groups too.

Just email Deb and Paul at if you are interested in buying some, while we still have some in stock. Have a lovely day.



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