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Little Gems Pottery Painting

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Little Gems Pottery Painting

Come along, choose the item you wish to paint from our large selection and we will help you create your very own masterpiece! Once finished simply leave your items with us so we can glaze and fire them, then you can collect them from us in 7 to 10 days.

Little Gems Pottery Painting studio is based near Partridge Green, West Sussex on the beautiful Knepp Castle estate. We offer a fun day out for all ages!

Our small but perfectly formed studio can seat up to 16 people with extra seating outside in warm weather so there is no need to miss a moment's sunshine this summer! Our outside area also has a small wendy house, sand pit and chalk boards which are great to keep younger children amused while older siblings finish their painting.

We have a wide range of products to choose from, priced between £2 and £24. Items include mugs, plates, bowls, trinket boxes as well as figurines and money boxes for the kids. We also stock seasonal items such as Christmas baubles, Easter bunnies and pumpkins. The full range of products can be viewed on our website through the link below!

Little Gems also offer the chance to have clay impressions made of your child's hands and feet, a great keepsake for you and a wonderful present for Grandma! You can even celebrate your birthday with us why not book the whole studio to celebrate your big day?

Give us a call and book a visit today!

Opening hours

Monday 10:00 - 18:00, Wednesday to Saturday 10:00 - 18:00, Sunday 10:00 - 16:00



Unit 7 Floodgates Farm Workshops, Castle Lane West Grinstead,
West Sussex,
RH13 8LH,

Phone number

07518 303 546


Free admission, pay for what you paint!


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