Coolavokig Pottery

We are now open by appointment only and will be very happy to open the shop for you but please call us on 087 9184024 or 02640172 to let us know when you would like to visit.

The best way to get to us now is by taking the R618 (the old N22) from Macroom or Ballymakera and not to go on the bypass at all. Use our Eircode P12 Y202 in google maps to make it easier.

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Coolavokig Pottery is located close to Macroom and Ballyvourney on the R618 in West Cork, Ireland.  

EirCode: P12 Y202

At the pottery workshop Robb Bradstock and Meredith Flandreau make high-quality handmade ceramics fired in the oldest wood-fired kiln in Ireland that was constructed in 1977. All the pottery is individually handcrafted and mainly thrown on a potter's wheel. 

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 Coolavokig Pottery Shop Macroom

                       The Pottery shop 

There is a large selection of our pottery available in our retail shop and also several one of a kind sculptural pieces  

 Coolavokig Pottery Shop :interior

            Inside the Pottery shop

The pottery workshop    

Meredith Throwing in Workshop and shop are located about 30 miles/50 Km from Cork on the R618 ( the old Cork to Killarney Road) between Ballyvourney and Macroom.

Visitors are always welcome and the shop is open by appointment  throughout the    

year from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. each day.

To avoid disappointment please contact us before coming to the shop if you are making a special trip or want to come outside opening hours. 

026-40172 or 087-9184024  


How to find us             Map to the Pottery

Main Pottery Sign on N22/ Cork/ Killarney road

If you would like visit outside our usual opening hours,or are coming from a distance please phone us in advance to avoid disappointment.

Tel: 026-40172 or 087-9184024 

E-mail: robbbradstock 'at' gmail 'dot' com


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