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Monthly Studio Membership

Monthly Studio Membership

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Charlotte Manser Ceramics is pleased to offer a new monthly studio membership for The Barn. Opening in May 2024, in addition to our production pottery studio, we have creative a beautiful craft space for potters, ceramicists and artists to enjoy. 

This monthly membership will include: 

  • access to The Barn from 9 am until 9pm 7 days a week.
  • 1x bag of clay from The Barn - White St thomas, Crank or Studio White Earthenware
  • use of all Stoneware and Earthenware glazes
  • 1x '50cm wide x 10cm tall' shelf load in a kiln firing to either 1239 degrees or 1060 degrees. (Further kiln firings spaces can be purchased).
  • use of all equipment within The Barn.

Facilities include:

  • 10x Shimpo RK55 pottery wheels
  • 1x Slab Roller
  • Large workbench for hand-building
  • Forms and moulds for slab-building
  • 1x Extruder
  • 1x 5 Gallon Glaze Mixer
  • approximately 30 different glaze options
  • a variety of tools for all practices
  • and a small library for inspiration. 

This monthly membership is for those with prior ceramic experience. This will need to be highlighted by the member in the first introduction. Members may be in the studio alone and therefore require knowledge of how to use equipment safely. 


Terms and Conditions for Pottery Studio Monthly Membership


1. Eligibility: Users must have completed a pottery course or have prior experience with ceramics to be eligible for a monthly membership at the pottery studio.


2. Health and Safety: Users are responsible for their own health and safety while using the studio facilities. They must follow all safety guidelines provided by the studio owner and use equipment with caution.


3. Equipment Usage: All equipment must be cleaned and properly maintained after each use. Users are expected to handle the equipment with care and report any damages or malfunctions to the studio owner immediately.


4. Reporting: Any injuries or accidents that occur within the studio premises must be reported to the studio owner promptly. Users are encouraged to prioritize their safety and the safety of others at all times.


5. Access: The studio key will be kept in a lockbox for users to access the studio at any time during their membership period. Users must securely store the key after each use and not share it with unauthorised individuals.

On Day Retreat, Retreats or private events, users may be restricted in access times. The Studio owner will inform users of this with 1 weeks notice. 


6. Code of Conduct: Users are expected to conduct themselves in a respectful manner towards fellow members and studio staff. Any disruptive behavior or violation of studio rules may result in the termination of the membership.


7. Membership Fees: Monthly membership fees are non-refundable and non-transferable. Users are required to pay the membership fee on time to maintain active membership status. Direct debits can be organised if required. 


8. Termination of Membership: The studio owner reserves the right to terminate a user's membership in the event of repeated violations of the terms and conditions or disruptive behavior.


9. Changes to Terms: The studio owner may update or modify the terms and conditions of the membership agreement. Users will be notified of any changes in advance.

10. Sale of products: user must not replicate or sell items similar of The studio owner’s products. Users have access to all glazes but must not replicate their use to match that of The studio owner. If users intend to sell products, this must be discussed prior with The studio owner. 

By signing up for a monthly membership at the pottery studio, users agree to abide by the above terms and conditions and comply with the rules set forth by the studio owner.


How it’s made

All ceramics are handmade in our pottery studio in Berkshire, UK. The pottery is made in small batches of around 30 pieces and is carefully formed over a two day period. After the pieces have dried for a week, they are then fired to 1000 degrees Celsius in our kiln. We then mix the glazes from powders before dipping and pouring the ceramics to create beautiful glaze patterns. The ceramics is then fired again to 1260 degrees Celsius.

ing traditional craftsmanship with a modern aesthetic, we bring an art form that’s centuries-old into the present day.

At Charlotte Manser Ceramics, we take pride in using renewable materials and practices to minimize our impact on the environment. By choosing to invest in our products, customers not only acquire one-of-a-kind pieces of pottery, but also support a small business with a mission to create a more ethical future.


Ceramics are fired to 1260 degrees and therefore are suitable to be microwaved or washed in a dishwasher.


Each piece is unique and will have different markings within the glaze which are to be embraced.

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