Brookwood Pottery

The green shopfront exterior of Brookwood Pottery
Table display of white glazed pottery with red stripes and some with a tree motif
A display of craft jewellery called Fiafolk
  • Family friendly
  • Dog friendly
  • Paid car parking
Brookwood Pottery make and sell a range of functional pottery in their Marino studio shop in Dublin City. They give pottery classes every Saturday to budding potters and stock a range of cool Irish crafts and gifts.

Step into the old post office in Marino, Dublin City, which now houses Brookwood Pottery established by Elaine Fallon. Hailing from a lineage of creativity, Elaine’s sisters are the founders of the renowned Queen of Tarts, a beloved cake shop.

Elaine’s craft, however, involves a different kind of baking. She fires her ceramics at high temperatures creating a stunning array of pottery. These exquisite pieces are available for purchase in her charming design shop. Elaine has skilfully preserved the old world allure of the building, which has served as a butcher’s, a vegetable shop, and more recently, the local post office.

During your visit, take the opportunity to meander through the cosy cafés of Marino and Fairview. Don’t miss the historic Casino at Marino, a splendidly restored retreat once frequented by Dublin’s elite. For a touch of literary history, see the birthplace of Bram Stoker, the mastermind behind the iconic ‘Dracula’.

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