Wheel Throwing Pottery Class - BYOB and Craft

Experience London's most affordable BYOB pottery wheel class!



1.5 hours Class size 1 to 12     label £35 - £40 (Earlybird price of £35 applies if you book into a public session 8+ days ahead)

Enjoy the relaxing practice of wheel throwing, with the potential of having your own unique and personalised pot fired in the kiln and glazed professionally.

Perfect for beginners looking to dive into the therapeutic world of wheel throwing. Come and create your own vessels and pots, starting potentially with a mug in this London pottery class.

Whether you're in the class to practise, discover or leave with a finished piece, our expert guidance at Maison S.Sommet will help you make a step toward mastering clay centring and crafting quality pots.

We provide prepared clay, tools, and aprons - just dress to get messy and remember to trim those nails. Step into our inviting and intimate studio, where classes are limited to just 12 attendees for a truly personal experience.

Select from two beautiful stoneware glazes - food-safe, microwave-safe, and dishwasher-safe. BYOB for the perfect creative night out in London!


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Save £5 per guest, when you book 8+ days before a class

Knowledge required
Beginners friendly
 
What you'll get
Your chosen pieces can be professionally glazed and fired for an additional fee of £5 only per item.
 
What to bring
All tools and aprons are included, just come ready for the fun!
 
Location

Maison S.Sommet - 90 Haymerle Road, London, SE15 6SB, England

20 min from Elephant Castle, South Bermondsey or Rye Lane station.

Wheel Throwing Pottery Class - BYOB and Craft location
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Maison S.Sommet
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Stephanie Sommet is a highly experienced and acclaimed ceramicist with over 15 years of expertise. Paris-born, with a background in architecture, in 2014 she ventured to London, where she established her one-of-a-kind ceramic design studio.

This year the studio was chosen for sponsorship by prominent brands IKEA and H&M, as part of Atelier 100—a program that champions London's most exciting creatives.

Stephanie's approach to ceramics is driven by playful experimentation, a philosophy that has significantly influenced her collaborations and projects. Her renown within the arts and ceramics industry stems from her unique understanding of the medium.

She has undertaken projects in collaboration with distinguished artists and renown institutions such as the Whitechapel Gallery, Ace Hotel, Bankside Hotel, and The Shard, to name just a few.

Today, Stephanie shares her passion and expertise, not only through her own creative work but also by teaching. Her vision is embodied by the brand Maison S. Sommet.

The design team at the studio takes a distinctive approach to ceramics, dedicated to exploring the limitless possibilities of clay. Each piece produced at Maison S. Sommet is an embodiment of the new-age ceramics, embracing imperfections, and eschewing traditional mass-produced flawlessness.

Stephanie's work is deeply rooted in her love for the material and the creative process, consistently pushing the boundaries of ceramics.

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