Do you have a price list I can download and print?
Is Kiltrea tableware oven and microwave proof?

Is Kiltrea tableware dish washer proof?
Are Kiltrea pots frost proof?
Can I put my glazed Kiltrea pots outside?
How do I get to Kiltrea Bridge Pottery?
Are Kiltrea Products made in Ireland?
Do you have a shop at the Pottery in Enniscorthy?
Can I see pots being made?
Can I buy on-line?
Can I pay by credit card or cheque?
How do I order from outside of Ireland?
What is the Palette glaze?



Do you have a price list I can download and print?

We are currently working on this list, which will be available for downloading soon.

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Is Kiltrea tableware oven and microwave proof?
Kiltrea tableware is not guaranteed for use in the microwave or the oven.

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Is Kiltrea tableware dish washer proof?
Kiltrea tableware is suitable for use in the dishwasher

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Are Kiltrea pots frost proof?
Kiltrea Terracotta, Tuscan Umber and Yellow- ware are high fired and guaranteed for 5 years not to disintegrate
or laminate from frost to -5°C, provided the correct pot shape is chosen and the pot is correctly potted up.
Certain pot shapes are more susceptible to be cracked by frozen contents. Wet soil expands as it freezes, therefore flared open- topped containers are less likely to experience frost cracking, as their shape allows soil to expand upwards.
It is critical that the drainage holes remain unblocked and the correct amount of drainage material is used.
Up to the bottom third of the pot can be filled with broken crockery, chippings or stones the remainder should be planted using good quality compost. If possible, it is wisest to remove pots to a sheltered location in frosty weather.

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Can I put my glazed Kiltrea pots outside?
Kiltrea glazed pots are not guaranteed for use outside during periods of heavy frost. You may use the pots outside during the spring, summer and autumn months. Please be sure to bring them in during the winter.

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How do I get to Kiltrea Bridge Pottery?
Kiltrea Bridge Pottery is located 3.5 miles from Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford, Ireland, just off the Kiltealy Road (R702). Watch out for our fingerpost signs.
(Click here for printable Map and Directions)
Alternatively visit the Contact Us page and select Directions.

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Are Kiltrea Products made in Ireland?

All Kiltrea pots are individually handthrown in our workshop in Enniscorthy, Co Wexford. We do not import any of our pots from China or any cheaper manufacturing location and re-brand them as our own. Our wooden lids are made especially for us in Co Wicklow.

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Do you have a shop at the Pottery in Enniscorthy?
 First and second quality pots are available at discounted prices directly from the Kiltrea Pottery Shop adjoining the Pottery. We are located in a beautiful rural location overlooking the River Urrin in the shadow of the Blackstairs Mts.

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Can I see pots being made?

We have a small viewing area accommodating about six people at a time where you may watch the potter when he is working on the potter’s wheel during normal business hours Monday to Friday

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Can I buy on-line?
For online ordering, please visit the Kilkenny Shop website

For free shipping and 48 hour delivery in the US visit www.theirishgiftmarket.com

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Can I pay by credit card?
We accept cash, Visa, and Master cards. We have no facility to accept American Express or cheques.

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How do I order from outside of Ireland?

For free shipping and 48 hour delivery in the US visit www.theirishgiftmarket.com

For online ordering, please visit the Kilkenny Shop website

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What is the Palette glaze?

Kiltrea’s signature ‘palette glaze’ produces an effect that is difficult to describe. By attempting to break it down into its constituent parts, one can lose sight of the magic of its endless variation, and its enduring appeal.

The elements are straightforward enough – the glaze consists of an ivory base with an overlay of various shades of green, blue and gold.

When palette-glazed pottery is placed in a predominantly blue environment, the blue-based glazes dominate while in a different setting, the green tones or the cream base is to the fore. In essence, Kiltrea’s ‘palette glaze’ represents an alchemist’s brew of beautiful, vibrant, randomly-merging, mellifluous colours that are endlessly unique and utterly intriguing.

Kiltrea’s ‘Palette glaze’ is also refreshingly understated which goes some way towards explaining why our pottery is equally at home in  traditional or contemporary surroundings.

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