Temuka Pottery NZ Ltd


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Temuka Pottery NZ Ltd

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    +64 3 615 5651

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    Mendelson Barn, State Highway 1 Bypass, Temuka, South Canterbury, New Zealand

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Welcome to Temuka Pottery, a New Zealand icon

Temuka Pottery retail shop and 100% Homemade Café is a destination, located in the historic Mendelson Barn on the SH1 Bypass in Temuka just north of Timaru.

Open 7 days, enjoy browsing the wide range of pottery and accessories, watch historic footage of how Temuka Pottery was developed and made. Potter on site most days, see the process and finished product come out of the kiln. Stay a while, enjoy scrumptious café food and coffee. Relax, with childrens playing area in store.

Since 1931, from the township of Temuka, on the South Canterbury plains, Temuka Pottery has proudly been designed and produced. The brand is pure New Zealand heritage – and thousands of kiwi households use Temuka Pottery on a daily basis. It lasts and lasts. Many New Zealanders know Temuka Pottery as the curvy brown Riverstone series designed by the late Jack Laird of Nelson. Launched in 1971, the beautiful Riverstone sold millions of pieces. Since then Temuka Pottery has developed and evolved – our pottery reflects modern
New Zealand, with clean designs created with bright and colourful glazes.

Temuka Pottery is immensely proud of its history, and as the only commercial pottery manufacturer in New Zealand we look forward to a strong future. We like to share our enthusiasm for ceramics, and we are more than happy for you to contact us with any comments or thoughts you may have.

Check website for full range, and commercial enquiries. Purchase from retail stores or online. Gift vouchers available.

OPEN 7 DAYS Weekdays 9am – 5pm Weekends 10am – 4pm Public Holidays* 10am – 3pm
(*closed Xmas day, New Years day, Good Friday, Easter Sunday and Anzac day)