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Pots of ideas at new store.

TERRACOTTA pots and old Turkish storage jars which are almost 100 years old are just some of the items on sale at a new store in Nuneaton.

JGS Design, suppliers of hand-thrown terracotta pots, have recently opened a new retail outlet in Chilvers Coton Craft Centre in Avenue Road.

The Birmingham-based company, founded seven years ago, says it has a vast range of terracotta planters, urns and jugs and Cretan urns more than a metre high.

All pots are made by groups of potters across Europe and are fired to extreme temperatures to cope with English winters.

Jacqueline Shelley, owner of the store, said: "New for 2001 is the range of mediaeval and period reproduction stone artefacts including griffins, wall plaques and water features to enhance all types of garden."
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Date:Jul 6, 2001
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