All her work is hand made at the pottery in converted farm buildings deep in the Buckinghamshire countryside so each piece is individual and unique. She employs a select team of skilled craftspeople who use traditional, time honoured methods.
We pride ourselves on the amount of choice we offer. But we recognise that all these choices can seem complex so we have organised the pages of this site in such a way as to make selecting as easy as possible.
There are six styles of pot available - White Glaze, Denim Blue, Crown Stripe, Apple Green, Plain Terracotta, White Washed and Dark Pink and we have introduced new items - crockery, angels, fairies and cats.
All of these are available in a multitude of shapes and sizes. Click Here to view the styles.
Click any of the pictures below to view large scale photographs and see the range in greater detail.
Finally, we offer a range of delightful decorations which can be applied to your pot - some are impressed and some are embossed. Click on the button of your choice below to see the decorations available in each style.
Terracotta and White Wash
Angels and Cats
There are two elements which combine to give Jane's work its distinctive look - the designs and the soft, warm colour of the terracotta which is mixed to a special recipe. The soft pink has made this terracotta popular with flower arrangers and plantspeople as it is the perfect complement to flowers and planting schemes.
Jane Hogben terracotta is high fired and, consequently frost resistant. See "terracotta tips" for notes on how to get the best from your terracotta.
We also specialise in hand made commissions for corporate gifts, special occasions and commemorative items. Please ask for details.
Jane Hogben runs a series of one day decorative terracotta workshops where beginners can make and decorate their own window boxes and flower pots. Telephone, fax or e-mail for details.
Jane Hogben Terracotta
By telephone 01753 882364
By fax 01753 892283
Ann Hogben Sculpture
Ann Hogben studied Art and Sculpture at Homerton College, Cambridge and has been involved in painting and sculpture for many years in various media. She has latterly concentrated on working with clay.
Ann is particularly interested in making figurative sculptures, especially children, and enjoys capturing the individual character of each subject.
After completion, each piece of work (except the terracotta gardener) is fired and cast in bronze resin which is suitable for displaying outside or inside. The sculptures are then patinated in a brown bronze finish.
Click on image above to take you through to our front page where you can click to view the full range of sculptures.