Uig Pottery makes traditional Scottish pottery in their workshop on the sea wall by Uig bay on the Isle of Skye in the Inner Hebrides.
Inspired by their beautiful surroundings, the Uig Pottery uses its own special clay recipe to create some fantastic designs perfect for souvenirs or gifts. Whilst waiting for my ferry to the Outer Hebrides, I was particularly taken by the Highland cow and Hebridean sheep which come in various sizes. (Who doesn’t love a Highland coo?) You can also get quaichs, mugs, bowls, flower stones and salt pigs.
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Find out more about Uig Pottery
Uig Pottery is located on the pier at Uig near the Calmac ferry port. If you’re not going to Uig, you can see Uig Pottery creations in their shop in Portree which is called Crocks and Rocks.
- Visit the Uig Pottery website
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