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At Coolavokig Pottery, Robb Bradstock and Meredith Flandreau make high-quality handmade ceramics fired in the oldest wood-fired kiln in Ireland. All the pottery is individually handcrafted and thrown on a potter's wheel. Visitors are welcome to the...more
To find this place follow the big signs they have displayed on the main road, do not follow google map pin as it is a few miles out.
Robb and Meredith styles really work well together with rich red clays and deep blue tones, they...More
My friend & I saw a sign for this Pottery Shop on our way to Killarney, so we spontaneously stopped. We loved it! A small, quaint little shop where there are various pieces! Totally worth a quick stop if you like pottery.
My Sister in law somehow saw this place and its a little hidden gem for pottery folks. not my thing but was for some in our party and they LOVED it. Its Ireland in a little wooden house and spot. The woman working the pottery...More
We were driving to Cork and happened to see the signs for Coolavokig's Pottery. We pulled off. We were visiting from the States and I really wanted to get some pottery to take home as a souvenir! This shop had so many beautiful pieces and...More
Driving down the road we spotted their sign on the shoulder out of the corner of my eye. We stop at every pottery shop we see. Glad we did. Tucked away off the road we found this little shop and met Meredith. Found a beautiful...More
Probably the only pottery in Ireland that fires with wood, which gives the glazing it's unimitable life and depth. It is set in a lovely woodland and is definitely worth a stop. I am sure you'll find items that will give you joy for a...More
I am American and my wife was born and raised in Ireland. While traveling the countryside I stopped in looking for something to remind me of my first trip to Ireland. My wife and I both found something special there and many years later the...More
Loved this little stop to see all the wonderful pottery. I got the cutest cream and sugar cup/bowl that sit on one another. Very unique! Nice lady who makes all the treasures. One of my favorite souvenirs.
Date of experience: June 2016
Ellenfromeire, Owner at Coolavokig Pottery, responded to this reviewResponded 20 October 2016
Thank you so much for the wonderful review!
Looking for the ideal wedding present for our friends while traveling through Ireland, we stumbled upon Coolavokig Pottery. We found the perfect vase. Definitely worth a visit on the road from Cork to Dingle N22, near Macroom.
Date of experience: August 2016
Ellenfromeire, Owner at Coolavokig Pottery, responded to this reviewResponded 9 August 2016
Thanks so much for the wonderful review!
Meredith and Robb
Robb and his wife are very talented potters. They have beautiful pieces that are very functional. Robb was very kind to my friends and I. Great hours and great service. Couldn't have asked for a better find.
Date of experience: July 2016
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Ellenfromeire, Owner at Coolavokig Pottery, responded to this reviewResponded 6 August 2016
Thanks so much for the lovely review!
Robb and Meredith