The Shop

'a delightful village industry - beautiful things beautifully made, by people in beautiful country' - Mary Watts, 1900

For a unique shopping experience, look no further than the shop at Watts Gallery – Artists' Village. Specialising in bespoke products inspired by the artwork of G F and Mary Watts and our temporary exhibitions, discover a wide range of artisan products, including jewellery, stationery, clothing, ceramics, books and homewares.

Shop our ceramics collection, including several Moorcroft pieces designed especially for us. Purchase a replica Compton Pottery terracotta pot for your garden, and browse our extensive selection of art and children's books in our bookshop. We also carry a stunning collection of womenswear that changes seasonally, including clothing, jewellery, bags, hats and fashion accessories.

Housed in the former Compton Pottery building, our newly expanded shop is steeped in local history.

Mary Watts founded the Compton Potters' Arts Guild in 1900, and, a year later, the Compton Pottery was built at the bottom of the hill beneath Limnerslease. The Pottery prospered throughout the beginning of the 20th century. Liberty & Co. on Regent Street stocked their works and, contrary to their own policy, allowed Compton ware to be marked with its own stamp. The Pottery remained a successful industry for a number of years, providing employment in the village until 1956.

Don't have time to visit us today? You can now shop our range on our online shop.


Bookshop

Ceramics

Clothing & Jewellery

Stationery

Homewares

Children


Watts Gallery Trust is a registered charity. All shop sales support our on-going education and exhibition programmes as well as the conservation and care of our collection and historic estate.


Upcoming Events and Exhibitions

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Conservation Open Studio

22 Aug

Art Talks

23 Aug

Meet the Artist: Greenwich Printmakers

24 Aug

Compton Pottery Coloured Ware

until
25 Aug

The Make Space

25 Aug

Limnerslease Tours

until
25 Aug

Exhibition Tour: John Frederick Lewis: Facing Fame

27 Aug

Summer Holidays: Make Space

until
29 Aug

Conservation Open Studio

29 Aug