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The Bottle Kilns of Stoke-On-Trent

The Bottle Kilns of Stoke-On-Trent

The Bottle Kilns of Stoke on Trent A bottle kiln is exactly what it sounds like - a type of kiln (or oven used for industrial processes). The wo...

Any Loose Tea Lovers?

Coming Soon: Tea infusers for our loose tea lovers. 

Our tea infusers will fit in the rim of the teapot to allow loose leaf tea lovers to brew their tea in our Brown Bettys. No more straining the tea into the cup to remove the loose leaves. After steeping the tea for the perfect amount of time, the infuser can be removed so that you get the perfect strength cuppa.

Join us at the British Ceramics Biennial!

Join us at the British Ceramics Biennial!

Cauldon Ceramics will be participating in the British Ceramics Biennial in Stoke on Trent from September 23rd through November 5th. This six week ...

Our Limited Edition Brown Betty Teapot Project

Our Limited Edition Brown Betty Teapot Project

 

We are working with designer Ian McIntyre to produce a Limited Edition Brown Betty Teapot. It explores some of the original Brown Betty Teapot design features, celebrating the history of the Brown Betty and it's fascinating development since 1695. The only way to get your hands on one of these teapots, which pay homage the long history of the pottery industry in England, is through our pre-order page on the Cauldon Ceramics website.