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Stephen Pearce

The Old Pottery, Shanagarry, Ireland
+353 21 464 6807
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Nice place nice food

Visited today to take a look at the pottery for sale and also for some lunch. Sat for lunch, menu... read more

Reviewed 27 July 2017
ben k
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Bern, Switzerland
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A must place to visit

Stephen Pearce pottery never dates & lovely to have. Great variety in Shanagarry. A lovely warm... read more

Reviewed 20 February 2017
annef918
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Limerick, Ireland
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Home of the famous Stephen Pearce Pottery. Visit the original Showroom & Workshop while enjoying a treat from our Tea Room. Browse the most complete collection of Stephen's renowned earthenware pottery which ships all over the world every week. First established in 1953 by Philip Pearce who developed the Shanagarry range of black and white earthenware that became internationally recognised for its elegance of form and pure functionality. Stephen began his own pottery next door in 1973 and started his Classic range of terracotta and white pottery. The two potteries officially merged in 1993 on Philip's death.
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The Old Pottery, Shanagarry, Ireland
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Reviewed 27 July 2017 via mobile

Visited today to take a look at the pottery for sale and also for some lunch. Sat for lunch, menu was decent, service by the girls was fast and friendly. To improve they should move tables around to make it more spacious and also make...More

Thank ben k
Reviewed 20 February 2017 via mobile

Stephen Pearce pottery never dates & lovely to have. Great variety in Shanagarry. A lovely warm welcome awaits you when you call. Very helpful. And I have to say good value. A place to return to over & over again & take time for coffee...More

Thank annef918
Reviewed 1 January 2017 via mobile

Travelled here while visiting the area on the 30th December. Very disappointed overall. Expected a lot more from such a prominent designer brand.

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Reviewed 20 November 2016

The café was cold, they forgot the soup, but the Bacon and Leek Linguine was the best I've ever tasted. An explosion of flavor, stunning. Best of local ingredients used and cooked to order. It's a small café, only 6 large tables. Staff are friendly...More

Thank Bryno
Reviewed 4 August 2016 via mobile

What can i say ....if you want a quirky out of the ordinary cafe/pottery shop then this cafe is a must.Hidden in a oasis of shrubbery that is a total surprise you enter into a world of good food. You must try their scones which...More

Thank rossbrook
Reviewed 30 June 2016 via mobile

Quaint building in a lovely rural setting. Some lovely pottery for sale - need to keep your hands in your pockets or you could put a burden on your credit card. And a gorgeous tea room for lunch or snacks. Well worth a visit.

Thank NoelPrendiville
Reviewed 4 May 2016 via mobile

I'm a huge fan of Stephen Pearce so I would be a bit of a regular here as I love visiting to see if there is any new additions! The staff are so nice and are extremely helpful. The kids will even love the visit...More

Thank Tootsystar
Reviewed 2 May 2016 via mobile

This is the home of Stephen Pearce pottery. The shop is in an old building which also houses a cafe. His work is easily recognisable - his "splash" is the significant identification. I see from his video that he has a team who make the...More

Thank A228
Reviewed 18 October 2015

Stephen Pearce pottery is a classic staple of Ireland. I live abroad now, but whenever I drink out of my Stephen Pearce cups I am brought back home to Cork. I love visiting whenever I am in the area. The cafe is delightful and it...More

Thank nicoladida
Reviewed 18 August 2015 via mobile

Called here with my wife and left with a few bags of pottery to bring home! My wife already collects this range so it was likely we would buy. You can view the potters in action and they have a gift shop and tea room....More

Thank Leg016
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