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Perth, Scotland, United Kingdom
November 26, 2009
From journal Dingle 2008
July 11, 2006
One of the most interesting things about this studio is that they allow visitors of all ages to throw clay and have it fired. You can return the next day to pick up your creation. There are classes and regularly scheduled sessions for budding potters, but best of all, it is free. It is also a good way for Dad and Mom to visit the shop while the kids are kept busy.
The shop are is quite large and carries the full range of Mulcahy’s work. The pottery is arranged by like type and ranges, from lamps to full table settings. The range of color and glazes are extensive and the pottery is primarily stoneware and porcelain. The prices are reasonable for the high quality and creativity of the work. All pieces can be shipped and the help is friendly and accessible. We purchased a couple small stoneware blue green pitchers as gifts and took them with us. They survived the trip home and were very popular with the recipients.
The studio and shop is a perfect way to kill a morning or afternoon on those not so nice, rain coming in sideways Dingle peninsula days. The buildings are warm and dry. Be sure to also visit Lisbeth Mulcahy’s Weaver’s Shop in Dingle. Louis Mulcahy also has a shop in Dublin and other gift shops.Items can also be ordered online at http://www.louismulcahy.com/Clogher, Ballyferriter (tel. 066-9156299).
From journal Co. Kerry