We have been firing cone 10 reduction stoneware for 40 years to make functional pottery that is also beautiful.
The balance between the science of ceramics, the function of the piece and the aesthetic of clay challenges and inspires us.
Riverwood Pottery started as an idea of a working studio and gallery open to the public by Dr Ralph Morgan in 1973. David Lee was the first Potter, Gordon Batten took over from him in 1983. In 1995 we took over operation of Riverwood Pottery and in 2005 our daughter Zan joined us. We currently fire glazed stoneware, wood fired salt ware, and raku beads in the original setting with an open studio and gallery.