Getting in Contact
Paul Bohanna Antiques is located deep in rural Shropshire, England, on the border with Wales. The business is based in a 17th century stone-built farmhouse with exposed oak beams, where I’m sometimes lucky enough to find fragments of medieval pottery when digging in the garden…
Please do get in touch. I look forward to answering any queries you may have. If you spot mistakes or have information to share about the ceramics on this site, or related ceramics, or would like further details about the items I have listed for sale, then I would be pleased to hear from you.
My preferred method of initial contact is by email. If you would prefer to get in contact by telephone, then please leave a message on the answering machine and I will try to get back to you as soon as possible. Email is the best way to ensure your enquiry receives the fastest response.
It may also be possible to visit in person, by prior arrangement only, to view pots or to collect orders etc. Appointments are essential to ensure that items are brought from secure storage ready to be inspected or collected. I also have new stock and large collections that are not yet available on this website but may be available for sale, so it may be worth enquiring (or visiting).
I have been known on very rare occasions to actually find the time to email out notifications about significant stock updates and other information. If you would like to join my mailing list then please send an email with ‘Join ceramicsbooks mailing list‘ in the body or title. Alternatively you can tick the checkbox on the Checkout page to opt in. Your email address etc. will not be passed on or used for any other purpose.
For details about selling your items, appraisals and other services please peruse my Services page.
Paul Bohanna Antiques
(Visits are by prior arrangement only. You will almost certainly also need directions if you are planning to visit).
UK callers: (01691) 672951
International callers: 44 1691 672951
I am also an artist potter with my own ceramics studio (a converted C19th stone-built cowshed) where I make and fire my pots and teach pottery workshops. Please visit my other website for details: Paul Bohanna Ceramics.
I have set up and admin an independent group on Facebook which you are welcome to join. The group is welcoming to all, from total novice to expert, and covers discussion of all manner of ceramics (excluding porcelain) from Britain, North America and Europe (as well as the occasional contribution from Canada and Australia). The group covers the period from around 1400 to 1920. The group is also a venue to buy and sell pots that meet the above criteria.