Meon Pottery, we are
intrigued by chimney pots and the effect that they have in
characterising the rooflines of our villages, towns and cities. We have
made chimney pots for The National Trust, The British Museum,
Kensington Palace, and for restoration projects in Glasgow and the
Shetland Isles. We are also happy to produce a single pot for the
humblest of properties.
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The National Trust commissioned 43 new terracotta chimney
pots for the restoration of Uppark House. Some bear inscriptions such
as 'Margaret Thatcher resigned as I was making this pot'
Some of the 120 chimney baffles and pots made for the British Museum
We made 15 of these 'Garnkirk' pots for Kirklees Terrace, Glasgow.
The design was modified for a commission of 36 pots for a new house in Dungannon, N Ireland.
The Old Rectory, Wimbledon dates from c1500.
These 7ft tall chimney pots are copies of C19th additions
These pots with rouletted decoration are common in London.
We've made replacements for Kensington Palace, Flemings Hotel Mayfair and other Georgian buildings