Alacrify Ltd

New Pottery Site Launched

Published on: 10th March 2008
By Alacrify

New Pottery Site Launched

This morning we are delighted to announce the arrival of our latest website project - Barton Cottage Pottery which features the work of Russel Sydenham and Lesley Collington.

It has been a pleasure to produce this site, both because the clients have been great to work with, and because their pottery and cards are simply fantastic. Much of the photography on the site was created by Robin Mills, whose website we also designed and continue to maintain.

Robin's artistic approach to photographing the work combined with his technical skill has resulted in a series of photographs that really do justice to Russel and Lesley's pottery. The outstanding quality and design of the pots, their lustre, glazes and textures are beautifully represented on the site.

We have also added in PayPay payment facilities for customers to buy Lesley's calligraphy greetings cards online.

The site has now been registered with the search engines and we look forward to seeing their site begin to make it's way in the world and watching the interest it will generate in their highly desirable and collectable studio and commercial pottery.


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