Digby Hoets Pottery

Pots no longer in stock plus some examples of pots in Homes, Offices, Hotels and Gardens

A selection of images of pots made by Digby from various locations (businesses, private homes, gardens).
For examples of handbasins scroll down to end of section)
A kiln of 12 pots is fired approximately once a month.

See POTS IN STOCK for what is currently available.
Above: One of Digby's pots at the home of South African artist Wilma Cruise and her husband John in Noordhoek, Cape Town, South Africa and below at a home in Bryanston, Johannesburg
13804(62cmx55cm) 13702(67cmx69cm) 11602(77cmx69cm)
16204(61cmx58cm) 15502(63cmx72cm) 15504(47cmx64cm)
10202(68cmx68cm) 10109(51cmx52cm) 9907(50cmx60cm)
14201(68cmx81cm) 15002(62cmx70cm) 15706(48cmx62cm)
15702(65cmx70cm) 14004(62cmx55cm) 16504(61cmx53cm)
14502(80cmx71cm) 16302(68cmx72cm) 10402(75cmx72cm)
Large pot, part of the Sasol Ceramic Collection, Sasol Art Museum, Stellenbosch, South Africa Sister to a pot commissioned by Keith Kirsten for Prince Charles' collection at Highgrove, Gloucestershire Group of five large urns at our
studio in Midrand
Pair of large planters at Gensec's Forum building
in Sandton, Johannesburg
Close-up of one of a pair of large planters at Gensec's Forum building in Sandton, Johannesburg
Pot with waterlilies One of a pair of pots now in a private home in Northcliff, Johannesburg Pond Pot with Flag Irises
Pot with hydrangeas Large black water jar in our garden in Midrand, South Africa Pot in our garden in Carlswald, Midrand, South Africa
Pot made in memory of the late
Tim Morris
Twin to pot made for the foyer of MTN's head office in Sandton, Johannesburg A rich black tenmoku planter
BASINS - made to order
Wide Basin with roped rim, private home, Johannesburg Basin: private home in Johannesburg Basin: Wilderness Safaris' Mombo Camp, Okavango Delta, Botswana
Basin: Wilderness Safaris' Duba Camp, Okavango Delta, Botswana Basin: Wilderness Safaris' Rocktail Bay Lodge, Maputaland, South Africa Basin: Wilderness Safaris camp
at Sossusvlei, Namibia
Basin: Our kitchen, Johannesburg, South Africa
Basins are made to order and are available in the same range of colours as the pots. Basins can be made to be set into the surface (usually have a rim) or to stand on top.