The Digital Museum of
pottery was at a house called Trecarne, in the hamlet of Meaver near Mullion.
Trecarne was originally a farmhouse. Norman started his business there
approximately 30 years ago making a cross between sculptures and pottery,
specialising in fishermen figures, but he also did pirates, cowboys and
various other things. Each was hand-made and unique. Norman
passed away a few years ago and since that time his widow Avril has also
moved away. Trecarne is now back in the ownership of a potter Called Michel
Roux who is from Aix-en Provence in France. He has built a new shop on
the site of Norman's original, but is more of a traditional potter.
further information from Norman Underhill's family.