An Exhibition of original and unique Pottery and Ceramics made by members and staff of The Tiphereth Charity in Edinburgh.
There is something for everyone.
Set in the stunning St Mary’s Cathedral in Palmerston Place the backdrop of Gothic stonework and beautiful stained glass compliments the works on show.
The pieces are available for sale from Saturday 4th of December and can be collected after the exhibition.
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