Borgh Pottery Isle of Lewis

Borgh Pottery was established in 1974 as Stornoway Pottery and 1978, the workshop and showroom were moved to its present location. It later became known as Borgh Pottery and is situated 18 miles NW of Stornoway on the A857 to Ness (Nis).

All the ceramics are made by the owners, Alex and Sue Blair and they use the traditional techniques of hand-throwing or hand-building. They have a wide range of glazes color and finish, from gloss to matt.

Alex and Sue also sell a varied range of gifts highlighting the Hebrides … Celtic patterned knitwear; Hebridean Woolhouse products from the island sheep; Harris Tweed tea cosies; handmade silver jewellery and Scottish soaps.

There is also an organic garden attached to the pottery which has created a sheltered environment for birds and other wildlife.

The website will give you more information or if you are in the area, the address is Fivepenny House, Borgh, Isle of Lewis.  All the information and photos here are from the pottery’s website.


2 thoughts on “Borgh Pottery Isle of Lewis

  1. I don’t think I’ve ever been to Borgh Pottery itself, but I’ve seen their beautiful pieces. I love those blue bowls!

    I came on to reply to your previous post, about your hectic week – to say Me Too, my life has been really too full and I miss having time to blog.

    But here you are already on to your next post! Hope things are a bit less crazy for you 🙂

    1. blue pottery or glass is lovely. things have settled down a bit and i’m having a relaxing day. it feels nice to write a blog again and to hear from friends. i feel a bit out of the loop when i’m away for a few days. i hope things slow down a bit for you too. it’s lovely to hear from you.

Looking forward to hearing from you

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