karoArt *** the clay fable
We are a small ceramic studio based in Dublin, Ireland.
We make perfectly imperfect quirky pottery pieces. They are quirky and inspired by fairy-stories, fables and all magical realism. Our range spans from functional tableware through wall pieces, decorative vessels and ornaments.
Our studio and shop are based in Harold's Cross and we're open to public from Wed-Sat. We run pottery classes and provide you with opportunity to experience the pleasures of working with clay.
Our signature Tweet Range is redesigned and literally, turned inside out.
With muted shades of coloured stoneware clay on the outside and lovely play of textures, the dishes are tactile and organic. We are proud of how they turned out!
Available to ship now.
Discover Therapeutic Effects of Clay
In the busy lives we live, playing with clay provides an opportunity for a different type of focused relaxation.
Working with clay has alays been known to have theraputic effect on people and we often see it in the enjoyment our students experience during our pottery classes.
It is a mindfuf process, requiring focus and attention, putting your mind and body in a peaceful zone. Clay has unlimited creative possibilities and is so pleasurably tactile.
If you want to give it a try, we have an abundance of classes on offer. We also cater for private parties, corporate and team-building events.
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71 Harold's Cross Road, Dublin 6W
Wednesday 10am - 6pm
Thursday, 10am - 7pm
Friday, 10am - 6pm
Saturday, 10.30am - 4pm
Sunday, 10.30am - 4pm
or whenever the shutter is up
ring the doorbell for access,
we are usually at the back, making pots