Crocks of Bungay
Crocks is a family owned and run gift shop in the picturesque market town of Bungay close to the Broads. Situated in Earsham Street the business has been part of the fabric of the town since the 1970's. We specialize in all things gift related, so if you need a present, greeting card or wrapping paper we have it covered.
Crocks of Bungay is renowned for its extensive jewellery collection stocking local silversmiths work and international brands, in an array of materials and styles.
Opening Hours: Monday – Saturday 9am – 5pm
Paul Jenkins Bronze Sculptures
Paul is best known for his beautifully expressive hare sculptures. These are made from resin and individually cast in bronze and hand finished making each sculpture unique.
Paul Jenkins began sculpting in wood, clay and wax before studying ceramics at Dudley College of Art. He is inspired by a love of nature and of animals, he is a renowned artist and his work is exhibited in galleries around the country.
Christine Cummings Ceramics
Christine's ceramics are all hand crafted in earth stone clay being finished either by Raku or smoke firing. She has sold work widely through galleries across the UK and in Europe.
She began making animals whilst studying ceramics at Lancashire Polytechnic, which started as a study of pigs, spending time at rare breeds tents at agricultural shows.
Michael Storey Bronze Sculptures
Michael has been creating and casting his own bronze sculptures for over twenty years exibiting in galleries throughout Australia, US and the UK.
His beautifully vivid imagination and passion for wildlife enable Michael to capture each animal’s character in solid bronze.
"Many people who eventually become artists often experience difficulty in life until an outlet for their expressiveness is found. I really enjoy being in a creative environment. Of particular interest to me is the phsycological illusion ‘some how’ parted to an inanimate sample of bronze that then becomes a living breathing entity. The same applies to a flat canvas that is transformed into a spatially alive atmosphere. That ‘some how’ – is what the magic is all about."