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Paul Maloney Pottery
Barntown, Co. Wexford
Free to visit
Rainy days
Free car parking
Family friendly
Paul Maloney Pottery based in Barntown, County Wexford features creations made by mastercraftsman Paul Maloney including complete range of tableware, kitchen accessories and one-off pieces finely crafted, giftware and oil paintings.

Paul Maloney graduated from the National College of Art and Design in 1979 and since then has worked in the craft pottery industry. As a mastercraftsman, he brings earth, hand and fire together to create a fresh and stylish range of hand thrown and hand painted pottery.

Paul's work is available to see and buy at Paul Maloney Pottery in Barntown, County Wexford. He and his staff welcome all visitors to the pottery and the studio/gallery/shop to view the complete range of tableware, kitchen accessories and one-off pieces finely crafted.

Contact details
Ballindinas,Barnstown,Co Wexford,Republic of Ireland
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