Westcote Bell Pottery &

Westcote Bell Artworks

PO Box 68, LaHave, Nova Scotia, B0R 1C0, Canada.

902 693 2042 vsmithpots@eastlink.ca

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This web site now serves as a historic record of our past work. We have embarked on a new period in our creative lives.
Our new website can be seen atwww.westcotebellpottery.ca

If you find something on this site that you would like to order you can email us and we will let you know if it is still available. All prices quoted are from 2014.


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Westcote Bell Artworks
The new studio showroom

studio at xmas2014

Christmas day in LaHave 2014


All classes full.
We are winding down our classes and no longer take on beginners.

Click here to see pottery made by students


Showroom hours
Friday, Sat, Sun, Mon, Tues 9am- 5pm.
Wednesday & Thursday open by chance.

New pottery made in Nova Scotia. Samples of our newer work are in this section. Last updated 2016. Click here to see our pottery made before 2012. Still available by request.


Westcote Bell Pottery was established in 1983 in a small rural village South of London, England. Co-founders Vaughan Smith and Jacqueline M. Cohen are a husband and wife team. They both taught school for 5 years until they returned to the United States in 1985.Their move to Mansfield, Ohio, where they set up a new studio lasted two years. Jacqueline then started a masters program at Ohio State University in Columbus. Vaughan set up a new studio in German Village, Columbus , Ohio. Their new studio thrived and expanded, they sold through 100 galleries and museums, while exhibiting in craft shows across the Eastern United States.In 1994 they moved to a small rural village called High Falls in New York State, 90 miles north of Manhattan. They moved into a 200 year old Eyebrow colonial and built a studio/gallery. After 17 years they moved to Nova Scotia and renovated a 160 year old boat house on the LaHave River estuary, next to the Fort Point Light house and the LaHave River Bakery. The new studio has been set up to continue making their unique style of pottery, but this studio will have a teaching area for classes and workshops.

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Cremation Urns for your pets. To see more

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See the pieces in our summer showroom.


the early years
Here is a blast from the past, 1973

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Technical demonstration, how do we do what we do?

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