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Bendigo Pottery

The Bendigo Pottery was Established in 1858 by George Duncan Guthrie at what became known as Potters Flat Epsom. Around 1864 it was relocated to its present site at Epsom. The Bendigo Pottery still operates today, both as a working pottery and a tourist attraction.

Remains of the original kilns at Potters Flat, Epsom. Photo taken 2010.

Three impressed demijohns made by Bendigo Pottery circa 1870s.

The Bendigo Pottery during Guthries tenure gained a reputation as an innovative work place, producing a vast array of wares from the early salt glazed wares to cane, rockingham, dresden and majolica wares.

Dresden ware vase with applied porcelain flowers.

Salt glazed banded barrel Trent Brewery Lancefield Circa 1888

G. Wilmot Colac Majolica Barrel.

A.G.Middletons Cane ware water filter

G.D.Guthrie & Co Bristol glaze water filter

Terracotta Money Box.

G.D. Guthrie & Co bird feeder

Workmans piece money box base stamped Firth

Rockingham glazed corn pattern mug.

T.R. Jones Chemist Sandhurst pot