Welcome to our website

We are Mick & Lesley Dixon and run Bartley Heath Pottery which is situated in North Warnborough near Odiham in Hampshire. The Pottery is close to Junction 5 of the M3 between Hook & Odiham. We opened in 1974. We have a Showroom attached to our cottage and our workshop & kiln are in the garden to the rear. We work mainly in reduced stoneware. We use electric kilns for biscuit firings and a gas kiln for the Stoneware, which is glaze fired to 1260C. All our standard range of pots are suitable for oven and microwave use and are safe in a dishwasher.

Next to the pottery is the Bartley Heath Nature Reserve which is now owned & maintained by The Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust. There are some good walks from the pottery across the reserve. Almost opposite the pottery is The Derby Inn, which has good food & beer. The Newlins Farm shop & coffee shop are just down the road.

The Basingstoke canal & King John’s Castle are within walking distance of the pottery and the historic town of Odiham is one mile away.