Town-produced pottery on show in Chesterfield Museum
Visitors to Chesterfield Museum can see pottery made in the borough on display.
Potters’ Art features decorative ceramics which were made in Chesterfield from the 1930s to the 1960s such as vases and figurines.
The exhibition includes objects made by William Gordon of Walton Pottery which were acquired by Chesterfield Museum in 2008 and have never been seen on display before.
Items made by Pearson’s, including the etched ‘sgraffito’ wares, are also displayed.
Activities for children include a feely box challenge and design your own pot.
Potters’ Art exhibition is running until March 14.