The best in show of our ovenware: this dish sells best and cooks most. It does the lasagna job perfectly but also inspires one to more elaborate culinary heights. We spent a long time perfecting this stoneware range, but are delighted at how easy to clean and fun to use it has turned out to be.
Use it all the time. My husband has suggested he would find it easier to lift out of the oven if it had a rim as he fears it may slip through his fingers.
I got this originally for myself but ended up giving it to my Mom because she loved it so much! This is seriously one of the prettiest collections we have ever come across that we love so much. Guess Ill just have to get one for myself!
This dish is perfect for lasagne, shepherd's pie, potato gratin and I have even used it to make an apple cake, I absolutely love it.
I have been collecting Nicholas Mosse pottery for over 25 years. It is beautiful and I use it for both special occasions and everyday meals. Mixing the patterns always new and interesting. I finally ordered a casserole dish. Can’t wait to use it.
The customer service is fantastic. Brenda set up the tracking for my package at Christmas.
I visited the shop when I went to Ireland and the staff are friendly. I had the best lunch at the cafe on Nicholas Mosse pottery of course.
Marie Therese G.
Thank you for the beautiful works of art you produce. I have been a customer for so many years and I am consistently pleased with the craftsmanship of each item I have purchased for myself and the many I have given as gifts. You never disappoint.
Thank you for the effort and care that goes into each piece. You can be so pleased and so proud of what you offer.
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Nicholas Mosse Pottery was established by Nicholas Mosse in 1976 after periods of training in England and Japan. His mission was to produce beautiful, functional pottery in the style of Irish Spongeware. Irish spongeware was the traditional pottery of Ireland used in the 18th Century. It was mainly made in simple honest shapes with a decoration applied with a cut sponge.
Nicholas Mosse Bennettsbridge Kilkenny Co. Kilkenny Ireland