Traditional hand thrown pots

+44 (0) 1924 492507

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Hudson pots are to be found nationwide in museums and large houses as well as being made for television period pieces such as: Sharpe's Rifles, Mr Wroe's Virgins and even an episode of Lovejoy ('smoke your nose',1991).


Most of the pottery used in the kitchen areas of Hampton Court Palace, London have been made by John. His most rewarding commission has been the floor, ridge tiles and wares for Barley Hall, a reconstructed 15th century house in York.



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Hudson: Claypotter  

44 Shillbank Lane


West Yorkshire  

WF14 0DU  

United Kingdom



tel: 01924 492507


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Pieces shown on this website are a small selection of over 1500 different items produced and should anything specific or vernacular be required please contact the potter at the address below for quotations and feasability. The cost of packaging and carriage/postage will also be charged. No VAT. All prices quoted are retail. For wholesale prices on orders over £300 contact John Hudson.


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John talks to chidren in Japan

Barley Hall York


There is no shop or showroom, most wares are made to order and therefore at busy periods there may be a delay in producing  your requirements.


Non reproduction pots are all marked with an "H" but reproduction pieces may have from 5 to 25 "H" impressions.

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Time Team  Ely Cambs.  Cooking in reproduction pot from the site

Chimney pots doubling as plant pots in John`s Garden


Pots for Hampton Court chocolate kitchen.