Ben and Emily, their children, were born here in and For the first fot years pots were produced in the modern building out back, where the kilns are now located. The Lynches then converted their summer kitchen into the showroom.
He has also had several exhibitions of his work. In the mill was restored and adapted for pottery making and sales.
The Lynches feel connected to the thousands of people using their pots, and enjoy meeting those who purchase them, having made many friends among the customers in friendstp thirty-five years of living and working on Penns Creek.
The stoneware and porcelain are lead free as well as dishwasher and food safe.
They are designed to be enjoyed through everyday use and are expressions of strength, utility, and beauty. Bill has been pleased recently with the wood-pots fired potteries his large two-chambered wood burning kiln, the Ngborigama.
The firing process has unpredictable effects on the clay and glaze, which can react dramatically to flame and ash during the forty hour firing process. Come and see!
Rob Inglis, videographer with The Daily Itemspeaks with Bill regarding the inspiration and process which brings each piece of clay to life. Friends Tne Penns Creek Pottery: On Sunday, May 19 thour year-old mill caught fire; the cause was lightning.
We were away, but special thanks to our two neighbors who called and to the speedy firefighters… the mill is saved. We hope to be open soon, but Lokoing we are back to regular hours, please call before you visit Penns Creek Pottery.
We apologize for any inconvenience and look forward to seeing you soon! Menu Skip to content.
Penns Creek Pottery mill. Special Announcement!